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In late 1995, a Gallup survey reported that Americans approved sending troops to Bosnia by 46 to 40 percent. The poll didn't mention that 20,000 US troops were committed to go. A CBS News poll mentioned the 20,000 figure and got the opposite outcome - a 58 to 33 percent disapproval rate. Why would the mention of the number of troops cause such a big difference in the poll results?

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