Progress in Iraq is changing how Americans feel about the war.
A new survey from Pew Research shows 58 percent of Americans think the Iraq war is going well. That's the highest percentage in more than four years.
The same survey indicates a shift in foreign policy priorities.
There's less concern about issues like preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction, stopping genocide, and solving the Middle East conflict.
But more Americans are becoming concerned with reducing U.S. military commitments and reducing the country's energy dependence.