Big surprise: By a three to one margin, American soldiers and their families favor President Bush over John Kerry:
The survey found that 69 percent had a “favorable” view of Bush, while 29 percent professed a favorable view of Kerry.
This particular survey is, frankly, unscientific. But it no doubt reflects the strong support that President Bush enjoys among soldiers and their families. This survey should be kept in mind next time you see a hand-picked Democratic soldier on television echoing John Kerry’s talking points.
And I can’t help wondering: how can a hypothetical “President Kerry” lead an armed forces, in which only 29% view him favorably?