WASHINGTON What does the new year hold in store for the United States?
Americans have gazed into their 2007 crystal balls for an Associated Press-A-O-L News poll. Some see a grim picture: another terrorist attack, a warmer planet, or another major natural disaster.
But most people don't see the U-S going to war with Iran or North Korea.
An overwhelming majority think Congress will raise the minimum wage.
About a third predict reinstatement of the draft.
One in four anticipates the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Ipsos conducted the survey of one-thousand adults from December 12th through the 14th.
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