20% of Americans now cite the economy as the foremost problem facing the nation, virtually tying the 21% who cite the war in Iraq. In October, the war beat out the economy as the top issue by a 2-to-1 margin.
23% of Pakistanis believe that Pakistani government agencies were directly responsible for the Benazir Bhutto assassination, while another 25% blame “government-allied” politicians. Only 17% blame al Qaida or the Taliban.
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