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[casi] Fw: iraq poll result

LBC ran a text message poll on tuesday asking should we go to war with iraq
whatvere the UN says
see below result
i don't know how many voted and obviously text messaging is a bit dodgy as a
representation of people
----- Original Message -----
From: Abigail Taylor <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: iraq poll result

> Dear Richard,
> Thanks for enquiry regarding Mondays Daily Text Vote. The final result
> saw a large majority (75% +) saying No to war with Iraq despite whatever
> the UN says.
> I hope that this answers your question,
> Kind Regards,
> Abi Taylor
> LBC Interactive
> >>> "richardbyrne" <> 01/14/03 10:42am >>>
> hello
> i voted in the iraq poll yesterday and missed the result. It's not on
> the
> website, or at least i can't find it
> what was the result
> richard byrne
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