President Bush said Wednesday that the U.S. is "making progress" in Iraq.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Opposition to the Iraq war is at an all-time high despite reports of a reduction of violence in the country, according to a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll released Thursday.
Sixty-eight percent of poll respondents opposed the war, setting a new record. The level of opposition is slightly up from last month and 1 percentage point higher than the previous record of 67 percent, first set in December 2006 in a CNN/Opinion Research survey.
Support for the war in Iraq among Americans has dropped to 31 percent from 34 percent last month, the new poll found.
Related: Full poll results
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