The poll was carried out by Opinion Research Business in July.
As ever, caveats should apply to the results. About the difficulties of accurate polling in war zones and authoritarian states. About the inability of opinion polls to capture nuance. And about the often rapidly changing views of the public depending on developments on the ground.
But here are some of the results nonetheless.
49% of Syrians oppose or strongly oppose coalition airstrikes in Syria, compared to 48% who strongly support or support them
Interesting if only because one pro-Syrian intervention argument is that Syrians themselves want it. And while some clearly do, slightly more don’t.
– 49% of Syrians think Bashar al Assad has a completely or somewhat negative influence in Syria, compared to 47% who think he has a somewhat or completely positive influence.
– 72% of Syrians think the Syrian opposition coalition has a completely or…
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