That's according to a Public Mind poll released Wednesday by Fairleigh Dickinson University. Thirty-one percent of respondents in the survey said it was "probably" true U.S. troops found an active weapons of mass destruction program after invading Iraq in 2003, while another 11 percent said it was "definitely" true.
For the record, the U.S. did not find anything resembling WMDs in Iraq.
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