As a majority of Oklahomans continues to believe that the United States made the right decision in sending armed forces to Iraq, a growing percentage favors sending more troops, a late August Oklahoma Poll shows.

The findings of the Aug. 26-28 survey included a significant change from the Oklahoma Poll taken in June, in which those surveyed statewide leaned decidedly toward withdrawing troops over sending more, said the poll’s consultant, Al Soltow.

In the June poll, 23 percent called for bringing the troops home, and only 14 percent said more troops are needed in Iraq, said Soltow, the director of research at the University of Tulsa.

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