Online Poll: Should the U.S. take in Syrian refugees?
This week we are asking:
"Should the U.S. take in Syrian refugees?"
Millions have been displaced by the civil war in Syria, with many refugees fleeing into neighboring countries and into Europe. The question of whether the U.S. takes in refugees has sparked controversy between those who argue they could not be properly screened for security and those who want to help in the largest humanitarian crisis of our time. Where do you stand?
See attached chart for results from last week's questions on whether readers support airstrikes in Syria and troops on the ground.
Participation in On The Line polls is free and anonymous. You must visit knox.villagesoup.com to take our latest poll.
Results appear first in The Courier-Gazette and are published online each Thursday at 11 a.m.
For more information email Dan Dunkle at email@example.com or call 594-4401 ext. 122.
Editor's note: On The Line polls are not scientific samplings of local opinion, but they do offer readers an opportunity to share their views online and in the newspaper.