Those results show the Iraq War may be even more unpopular than the Vietnam War, but they also follow a pattern. Gallup polls from the 1960s through 1970 revealed increasing percentages of people who thought that war was a mistake, and a 2000 Gallup poll showed that 69% of Americans said the war in Vietnam was a mistake.
In December 2013, a Washington Post/ABC News poll found that 66 percent of Americans thought that the war in Afghanistan wasn’t worth it—a spike from the 52 percent who in 2010 said it wasn’t worth it.
In addition, a Pew Research Center/USA Today poll released earlier this year showed that a majority of Americans thought the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were ‘failures.’
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