"May 2011 United States: The majority 59% of Americans believe it is time to end their country's longest war and leave Afghanistan. One week after the targeted killing of Osama bin Laden by a specially-trained U.S. covert unit, three-in-five Americans think the decade-long war should be ended and their troops brought home. Only one third think their country should continue to maintain American military forces in Afghanistan. Not a single major demographic group had a majority that favoured keeping U.S. military forces in Afghanistan. The USA Today / Gallup poll was conducted May 5-8, 2011."
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