Issue: AfghanistanRSS

Canada Afghanistan
(03/13/14) -

Four times as many Canadians say Afghan mission had positive impact on world peace, security than negative

Survey shows 35% Canadians say their involvement had a positive impact, 8% negative

(03/26/12) -

Support for Afghanistan Mission Plummets to All-Time Low in U.S.

Respondents are evenly divided on whether launching the military operation was the right course of action.

(02/02/12) -

Canadians Support Non-Combat Role for Troops in Afghanistan

A majority of respondents disagree with extending the training mission beyond its 2014 deadline.

(03/03/11) -

Britons and Canadians Oppose Afghan War; Americans Evenly Divided

Respondents in Britain and Canada voice opposition to the military effort by a 2-to-1 margin.

(12/21/10) -

Most Britons Continue to Regret Sending Soldiers to Afghanistan

More than half of respondents understate the number of British casualties since the war began in 2001.

(12/13/10) -

Canadians Divided on Assuming Non-Combat Role in Afghanistan

Support for the current military engagement remains below the 40 per cent mark across the country.

(12/06/10) -

Mission in Afghanistan Still Divides Views in the United States

Almost half of respondents mistakenly believe that more than 2,000 American soldiers have died in the military operation.

(10/22/10) -

Just Over a Third of Canadians Support the Mission in Afghanistan

Public support for Canada’s engagement in Afghanistan has hit a low point, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

(10/20/10) -

Opposition to Military Mission in Afghanistan Reaches 60% in Britain

Public opposition to Britain’s involvement in Afghanistan has reached a high point, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

(10/19/10) -

Americans Split on Whether Afghan War Was the Right Course of Action

People in the United States appear skeptical about the military operation involving American soldiers in Afghanistan and—for the first time—are evenly divided on whether the war was the right course of action, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.