Monday, May 30, 2011

Gallup: Armed Services and Veterans Give Obama Lower Marks


Americans who currently serve or previously served in the U.S. military are less likely to approve of the job President Obama is doing than are those who have not served in the military. There is about 10 percentage points. This approval gap occurs across age groups.

For younger, post-draft-era veterans, individuals with certain regional, demographic, or psychographic backgrounds may be more likely to be Republican and more likely to join the military.

For older veterans, their service in the military may have led them to a more Republican viewpoint on politics . . .

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