War in Iraq increased danger of terrorist attacks. This is opinion of people across the world from BBC poll.
Some 60% of people in 35 countries surveyed believe in increased the likelihood of terrorist attacks worldwide, against just 12% who think terrorist attacks have become less likely.
In most countries, more people think removing Saddam Hussein was a mistake /45%/ than think it was the right decision /36%/.
The removal of Saddam Hussein in 2003 is seen as a mistake in 21 countries, compared with 11 countries where more people view it as the right decision. Three countries are divided.
In 20 countries, there is overall support for US-led forces to withdraw from Iraq in the next few months.
The countries most eager for US coalition withdrawal are Argentina (80%), Egypt (76%), China (67%) and Brazil (67%). Those which favour troops staying for the time being are the US (58%), Afghanistan (58%), Australia (57%) and Great Britain (56%).