Sunday, October 17, 2004

Journal Gazette | 10/16/2004 | Troops favor president, survey says

"Troops favor president, survey says

By Bradley Graham

Washington Post

WASHINGTON � In a survey of U.S. troops and their families, President Bush has emerged as the strong favorite over John Kerry, with 69 percent saying they place greater trust in Bush to handle the responsibilities of commander-in-chief.
The poll, conducted by the University of Pennsylvania�s Annenberg Public Policy Center, stopped short of asking respondents which presidential candidate they would vote for. Adam Clymer, the survey�s political director, cited a 1948 law prohibiting polling of troops about their voting intentions."

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