Just 20 percent of Americans now support continued U.S. military action in Libya, a new low — down from 26 percent in June and 24 percent in July, a new
Rasmussen Reports poll reveals.
For the first time, a majority of voters — 52 percent — oppose continued American military action in the North African
country, while 28 percent are not sure.
Only 33 percent of voters now give the Obama administration good or excellent marks for its handling of the Libya crisis, down from 36 percent last month and the lowest positive rating since President Obama announced his decision to intervene in March, while 31 percent give the administration a poor rating, according to the Rasmussen survey of likely voters.