A CBS News/New York Times poll found a majority of Americans think Congress should not continue to fund the war unless a timetable for withdrawal is put in place.
The survey, coming out on Thursday, shows that 61 percent of Americans think the war should be funded only if there is a timetable for withdrawal.
Twenty-eight percent say funding should be continued without a timetable, while 8 percent think all funding for the war should be blocked, no matter what.
The poll also indicates that Americans remain extremely dissatisfied with the course of the war.
Seventy-four percent, about the same number as last month, say the war is going badly, including 45 percent who say it is going very badly.
Moreover, more than half of Americans (51 percent) surveyed do not think President George W. Bush's recent troop surge is having any impact on the situation in Iraq.
The survey poll was conducted among a random sample of 1,554 adults nationwide, interviewed by telephone from July 9-17.
On Wednesday, U.S. Democrats failed to advance a key legislation in the Senate to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq after a rare all-night-long debate.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 20 Temmuz 2007, 12:02