"Pakistanis now hold a more favorable opinion of the U.S. than at any time since 9/11"

Monday, December 19, 2005
Long a stronghold for Islamic extremists and the world's second-most populous Muslim nation, Pakistanis now hold a more favorable opinion of the U.S. than at any time since 9/11, while support for al Qaeda in its home base has dropped to its lowest level since then.


"Our friends the Pakistanis" — Opinion Journal

6 comments:

MeaninglessHotAir said...

I believe Pakistan is the third most populous Muslim nation, after Indonesia and India, respectively.

markg8 said...

Speaking of polls, Bush's latest PR offensive doesn't seem to be working.

MeaninglessHotAir said...

That's it, Mark, always accent the positive. Come in with hatred and vituperation, always hoping for your country to lose, you'll be guaranteed to make lots of friends and influence many people.

ex-democrat said...

"markg8" - once again: is the US at war, and, if so, with whom?

JB said...

Gee, a weekend poll involving "adults", markg8. With unspecified party breakdown. How shocking!

Where are those cyanide pills I prepared?

Buddy Larsen said...

I know it sounds crazy, but there's an incredible amount of info in a person's face, and musharraf from the get-go has given me a good feeling. who in USA can savvy Paki politics--but the man has spoken in the manner of "straight" since he became a default big player in the GWoT, and, like i said, he has the good face. Yeah--I know--sound like Aunt Nelly--"He looks honest". But, he do, he do.