Voters In Military Families Back Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal 58-31%
It’s time to get this done. After 23 studies and strong public opinion, there should be no qualms about getting rid of the discriminatory “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” military policy. A Quinnipiac Poll shows that voters with a family member in the military favor repeal 58%-31%. (h/t Political Wire).
Other interesting poll results are that 63-34% Americans want a ban on cell phone use in cars; 50% say we should not be involved in Afghanistan versus 44% who think otherwise; and on health care:
- 30 percent of American voters say expand it
- 8 percent say leave it as it is
- 47 percent say repeal it
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