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Web Poll: Should Congress approve military action in Syria?

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WRBL News 3 asked last week if you thought military action should be taken in Syria? At the time, nearly 80% of you were against military action by the United States.

As the debate continues, we want to again know where you stand on the issue to see if opinions have changed. Today we're asking: Should Congress approve U.S. military action in Syria?

Be sure to vote and comment below. We'll have the results throughout the evening and weekend on WRBL News 3!

  • Web Poll

  • Should Congress approve U.S. military action in Syria?

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Yes
    8%
    9 votes
    No
    92%
    103 votes
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