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[casi-analysis] Effects of violence in Iraq

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Hi all,

In an opinion poll carried out by the International Republican Institute
24 Sept - 4 Oct 2004, Iraqis were asked this question:

Q3. In the past year and a half, has your household been directly
affected by violence in terms of death, handicap, or significant
loss? (Close family member, up to 4th degree)

22% said yes.

There is also a regional breakdown - 33% said yes in Sunni areas and in


This seems interesting, in view of the current Lancet report debate.


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