A survey by the US Studies Centre in Sydney shows 63 per cent of Australians see no end in sight.
Only one in five Australians thinks the war, including battles in Afghanistan and Iraq, is being won, compared with almost one in three Americans.
The news comes as the search for the Afghan soldier who killed Australian Lance-Corporal Andrew Jones continues.
The US Studies Centre asked 2200 Australians and 900 Americans a series of questions about the war on terror last month - after the killing of Osama bin Laden.
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But before we get too hung up on it, lets remember it's a survey of 2200 Aussies, so not sure how they come about to saying "most"....