|Arrest and convict bin Laden and others||
|Kill bin Laden and others||
|(DO NOT READ:) Other/Don't Know/Refused||
- Men (53%), upper-income Americans (53% of those with incomes of $50,000 or more) and people in the Northeast (55%) tend to favor killing bin Laden.
- Whites tend to favor killing bin Laden (52%) rather than arresting him (40%). Non-whites tend to favor arresting him (50%) rather than just killing him (36%).
- Democrats favor arresting bin Laden (50%) rather than killing him (39%), while Republicans take the opposite view (60% favor killing him, 34% arresting him). Independents lean toward the goal of killing (49%) rather than arresting (39%).
- People who believe the U.S. can block all future terrorist attempts favor arresting bin Laden by a margin of 56%-37%, as do people who think only a few terrorist attempts will succeed (51% favor arrest, 43% killing him). Among those who fear many future terrorist attempts will succeed, however, 47% favor killing bin Laden and 42% want him arrested.
- Among those who feel the war on terrorism should be a go-it-alone U.S. effort, 65% favor killing bin Laden.
Percentage Supporting each
|Target other terrorist groups outside the Osama bin Laden group||
|Target terrorist groups in other countries in the Middle East or elsewhere in the world||
|Remove from power the Taliban regime that controls most of Afghanistan, and not just eliminate the Osama bin Laden terrorist group only||
|Remove Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq||
|The war on terrorism is something the U.S. should conduct according to its own plan and goals, regardless of what other countries think||21|
|The war on terrorism should be a cooperative effort involving many countries that agree on goals and war plans.||77|
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