Americans agree with most of the Obama administration’s specific policies for taking on ISIS, but that isn’t translating to strong approval ratings for the president on foreign policy.
Three quarters of Americans favor continuing airstrikes against the terrorist group, a new CNN/ORC polls finds, and 83 percent agree with providing humanitarian aid to those fleeing the violence. A 61 percent majority oppose sending ground troops to fight in Iraq or Syria, which Obama has ruled out.
Just 37 percent, though, say they approve of the way Obama is handling ISIS.
This discrepancy has been playing out in response to foreign policy conflicts throughout …read more
Source: The Huffington Post