Voters In Military Families Back Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal 58-31%

Posted by | November 18, 2010 10:50 | Filed under: Top Stories

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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