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Most Turks against international intervention in Syria

Most Turks against international intervention in Syria

A majority of people in Turkey dislike the idea of intervention in the internal affairs of Syria, which is currently being rocked by public protests against the government, by an international body, with 63.3 percent saying that they would not support such interference, according to the latest findings of an opinion poll.The poll was conducted by Professor Ozer Sencar, Professor Ihsan Dagi, Professor Dogu Ergil, Dr. Sıtkı Yıldız and Dr. Vahap Coskun of the Ankara-based MetroPOLL Strategic and Social Research Center. The poll focused on the perceptions of the Turkish people to ongoing protests in Syria. In response to a question about what they think about a possible international intervention in Syria, 63.3 percent said they would not support such an act, while 28.5 percent said the contrary. The remaining 8.2 percent either declined to comment or said they had no idea.Asked if they would support an intervention in Syria by Turkey for stability in that country, 49 percent said “no,” and 44.2 percent said “yes.”

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