(Denver-AP) -- A new poll says there appears to be increasing support in Colorado for the war against terrorism.
Nearly two-thirds of respondents to the poll favored using U.S. troops to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. A similar percentage said they feared the military response to the September eleventh terrorist attacks won't be strong enough.
The poll was conducted August first through eleventh by Talmey-Drake Research and Strategy of Boulder. It was commissioned by the Rocky Mountain News and KCNC TV, had a margin of error of 4.4 percentage points.
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