Confidence in War on Terror Reaches All-Time High

For the first time since 2004, a majority of U.S. citizens see America as winning the global war on terror President Bush declared in 2001, while fewer Americans than ever see terrorists as winning, a new poll has found.

According to recent data from Rasmussen Reports, 51 percent think the U.S. is winning, while 16 percent think terrorists are--an all-time low for that figure.

Opinion has fluctuated since Rasmussen began tracking it in April 2004, with confidence reaching a previous high of 51 percent in November and December of that year. Confidence reached 50 percent in late 2006, and has been reported as low as 31 percent by Rasmussen since then.