A panel discusses methodology and conclusions from a wide ranging public opinion poll in Iraq completed earlier this month. The survey, jointly sponsored by USA TODAY, ABC News, the BBC, and ARD, a German TV network, suggests that four years after the U.S. led invasion, life in Iraq has deteriorated for a majority of Iraqis.


  • Gary Langer Director of polling, ABC News
  • Matthew Warshaw Senior research manager, D-3 Systems, Inc
  • Susan Page Washington bureau chief for "USA Today"


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