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Will Iraq enter into a civil war once U.S. forces are withdrawn?

Yes46 %46 %46 % 46.82 % (81)
No34 %34 %34 % 34.68 % (60)
I do not know15 %15 %15 % 15.03 % (26)
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Other, please list in comments1 %1 %1 % 1.16 % (2)

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1861: U.S. forces surrender the Federal Arsenal at Augusta, Ga. to the Georgia Militia just five days after the state votes to secede.

1865: The Confederate Congress agrees to continue prisoner exchanges, opening a process that had operated only sporadically for three years.

1911: U.S. Cavalry is sent to preserve the neutrality of the Rio Grande during the Mexican Civil War.

1915: The German cruiser Bl?cher is sunk by a British squadron in the Battle of Dogger Bank.

1927: British expeditionary force of 12,000 is sent to China to protect concessions at Shanghai.

1943: German Gen. Friedrich von Paulus, commander in chief of the German 6th Army at Stalingrad, urgently requests permission from Adolf Hitler to surrender his position there, but Hitler refuses.

1945: A German attempt to relieve the besieged city of Budapest is finally halted by the Soviets.

1945: A German attempt to relieve the besieged city of Budapest is finally halted by the Soviets.

1952: The U.S. 24th Infantry Division announced the first use in Korea of scout dogs.

1966: In Operation Masher/White Wing/Thang Phong II, the largest search-and-destroy operation to date, the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), South Vietnamese, and Korean forces sweep through Binh Dinh Province in the central lowlands along the coast.