In a SurveyUSA poll this week, sponsored by KWCH, Channel 12 in Wichita, 72 percent of Kansans surveyed said they believe Syria used chemical weapons against civilians – nearly as many as supported President Obama’s move allowing Congress to decide how to respond to the slaughter. But only 24 percent of those polled said they favor U.S. airstrikes against Syrian military targets, while 29 percent said the U.S. should provide support for other countries’ military action and 40 percent said the U.S. should “take no action.” Support for U.S. military action was strongest among Democrats (39 percent) and African-Americans (37 percent).
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