Des Moines, Iowa (April 14, 2003) - In poll results that should be music to advisors’ ears, most investors say the war with Iraq hasn’t impacted their financial strategy, according to a survey sponsored by the Principal Financial Group.

In an early March survey, 49 percent said a U.S. war with Iraq wouldn’t impact their overall financial strategy, while 39 percent said they would cut back on expenses. In a follow-up survey this month, 69 percent said they aren’t changing their financial strategy because of the war, while 23 percent said they’re cutting back on expenses, Principal reported.

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