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Just ask Arizona-afterall John McCain lives there!
  May 07, 2004

A computerized telephone survey of 312 respondents in the State of Arizona May 7 and 8, 2004, and 100 random telephone respondents May 7 and 8, 2004. The two survey components revealed a difference of 2%-4% margin of error depending on the question. Out of an abundance of caution and for conservative presentation, this survey has an error rate of 3.5%, 18 times out of 20 @ 97%.

Question #1
Senator John McCain recently asserted in an April 26, 2004 Press Release, that Americans needed to send more troops to Iraq in order to complete the military task in Iraq properly. In your opinion, should American send more troops to Iraq to "ensure a proper job is performed"
Yes    55 %
No    44 %
Question #2
In order to ensure that America has sufficient troops to complete the military task in Iraq properly, should President George W. Bush institute a military draft?
Yes    45 %
No    47 %
Question #3
In your opinion should U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld resign over the Iraqi prisoner scandal?
Yes    41 %
No    54 %
Question #4
In your opinion, is it necessary to see more graphic pictures and film evidence of Iraqi soldiers being mistreated to understand what took place?
Yes    34 %
No    59 %
Question #5
In your opinion was U.S. President George W. Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld sufficiently contrite, and did they conduct themselves with honour and dignity over the Iraqi prisoner scandal?
Yes    57 %
No    39 %
Commentary
Respondents living in Arizona, U.S.A. agree with Senator John McCain that America requires more troops in Iraq. These Arizonians however have an aversion to the concept of instituting the draft, relative to the notion of sending more troops.
Arizonians have seen enough pictures of Iraqi troops being mistreated and get the point
Respondents in Arizona do not believe that Donald Rumsfeld should resign, believing that would be an "overreaction". Respondents in this poll are also completely satisfied with the 'apology' from President Bush and from Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld

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