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51 percent of Syrians see the civil war in their nation “consuming their lives” for at least one or two more years.

47 percent say they would leave Syria if they could.

30 percent say the conflict will end in less than a year.

23 percent say their household supports another family that has been displaced from their own residence.

14 percent have received help in money or goods from someone outside the country.

12 percent have received the help from someone living inside the country.

Source: A Gallup poll of 1,022 Syrian adults conducted June 1 to July 31 and released Thursday.

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