Iraqis would largely welcome a US-led attack leading to the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, according to a survey of public opinion inside Iraq, <a href="http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/story.jsp?story=362281">the London Independent reports. </a> Yes, you read that right. The paper says the Brussels-based International Crisis Group carried out "dozens of covert(Key) interviews" in Baghdad, the northern city of Mosul and Najaf, a religious center. "Few Iraqis opposed an invasion for patriotic reasons or fear that an attack would lead to heavy civilian casualties." "We do not particularly want a US military strike, but we do want political change," said a Baghdad architect. "We are even ready to live under international tutelage. We have nothing to lose, and it cannot be any worse than our current condition." Almost makes you wonder how Saddam managed to get 100% of the vote.