Iraq remains the top priority coming out of the midterm elections.
That's according to a new A-P-Ipsos poll that shows 37 percent of all adults believe the war in Iraq should be the main focus of Congress next year. It also found that terrorism was the second-ranked priority at 15 percent.
Nearly 60 percent of Americans indicated while they liked the Democrats' pre-election mantra of changing course in Iraq, they doubted party leaders have a plan to deal with the war. That could indicate that voters heard President Bush's campaign attack that Democrats could only criticize what he had done in Iraq, but had no plan of their own.
The poll of just over one-thousand adults was conducted between November tenth and 12th, after Democrats won a majority in both the House and Senate.