Let's sum up the opinions of the two groups:
Bush: Stay in Iraq unitl the "job is done."
Democrats: Positions Vary, but they range from now to a year from now.
So, conventional wisdom would say that most Utahns would line up in the first category, stay there, no matter what, right?
As for how long Utahns think the troops should stay in Iraq, 15 percent think six months. Eight percent say a year. Four percent say two years. Two percent say more than two years. Forty-five percent say the troops should stay as long as necessary. And 24 percent say the troops should leave Iraq now.
That's 47% that said something between now and a year from now. 45% tha said to stay as long as it takes. 47% is greater than 45%.
If you've lost Utah, you're screwed.
Also from the KSL poll:
in an exclusive Survey USA poll for Eyewitness News, only 19 percent of those polled say they watched the whole speech, and 17 percent watched some of it.
Sixty-three percent of those polled didn't watch the speech at all.
That's because we're sick of the BS.