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Raw Data: FOX Polls

Following are results from FOX News/Opinion Dynamics polling on the United Nations and the U.N. Oil-for-Food program.

From a poll conducted Sept. 7-8; 1,000 likely voters; margin of error is ± 3 percent:

Overall, do you believe the policies of the United Nations are pro-American or anti-American?

1. Pro-American 31%
2. Anti-American 40
3. (Both) 6
4. (Neither) 8
5. (Not sure) 15

From a poll conducted Aug. 24-25; 1,000 likely voters; margin of error is ± 3 percent:

Do you believe the United Nations has been an effective partner in fighting the war against terrorism?

1. Yes 27%
2. No 64
3. (Not sure) 9

Now that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been removed from power, do you think the United Nations should play a larger role in Iraq?

1. Yes 70%
2. No 24
3. (Not sure) 6

Overall, do you believe the policies of the United Nations reflect the values of average Americans?

1. Yes 29%
2. No 54
3. (Not sure) 17

From a poll conducted May 4-5; 900 registered voters; margin of error is ± 3 percent, unless otherwise noted:

Have you heard or read about the charges of possible corruption in the United Nations' Oil for Food program, which was designed to provide humanitarian aid to the Iraqi people under Saddam Hussein's regime?

1. Yes 45%
2. No 51
3. (Not sure) 4

How believable do you find the charges of corruption regarding the United Nations' Oil for Food program? (If heard of charges: n=401, ±5%)

1. Very believable, 55%  
2. Somewhat believable, 33  
3. Not very believable, or 4  
4. Not at all believable   2
5. (Not sure) 6  

If an investigation of the Oil for Food program finds that any senior U.N. officials are guilty of serious wrongdoing, do you think Kofi Annan should resign as secretary general of the United Nations? (If heard of charges: n=401, ±5%)

1. Yes 61%
2. No 25
3. (Not sure) 14

The United Nations has vowed to get to the bottom of the alleged scandal, but is refusing to release most of the Oil for Food documentation. Do you think the United Nations should make all the Oil for Food documentation available to U.S. investigators? (If heard of charges: n=401, ±5%)

1. Yes 86%
2. No 8
3. (Not sure) 6

From a poll conducted March 23-24; 900 registered voters; margin of error is ± 3 percent:

As you may know, serious allegations have recently been made of corruption in the Oil for Food program the United Nations administered during Saddam Hussein's last years in power. If it is found that Saddam pocketed or used billions of dollars intended to feed the Iraqi people to pay off high-level U.N. officials, do you think Kofi Annan should resign as secretary-general of the United Nations?

1. Yes 51%
2. No 18
3. (Don't believe the charges) 2
4. (Not sure) 29

Do you support or oppose an outside organization conducting an independent investigation of the U.N. management of the Oil for Food program?

1. Support 73%
2. Oppose 11
3. (Not sure) 16