Missing headlines (a continuing series)

Clarice Feldman
Don't expect to see the words "Bush", "Afghan" and "success" together in the headlines anytime soon.

Quoting AP
:

Most in Afghanistan still think the U.S.-led invasion five years ago had positive effects on their country. Almost nine in 10 call the invasion a good thing for their country. Three-fourths have a favorable opinion of the United States and almost nine in 10 prefer the current government to the Taliban.

The poll of 1,036 adults was conducted in 31 of Afghanistan's 34 provinces, excluding some of the most violent regions in the country, and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
Don't expect to see the words "Bush", "Afghan" and "success" together in the headlines anytime soon.

Quoting AP
:

Most in Afghanistan still think the U.S.-led invasion five years ago had positive effects on their country. Almost nine in 10 call the invasion a good thing for their country. Three-fourths have a favorable opinion of the United States and almost nine in 10 prefer the current government to the Taliban.

The poll of 1,036 adults was conducted in 31 of Afghanistan's 34 provinces, excluding some of the most violent regions in the country, and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.