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Thursday, August 12, 2010
Military Culture Coalition Poll “Changes Game” in Gays in Military Debate

With the release of a new poll commissioned by the Military Culture Coalition, largely undiscussed issues and perspectives in the debate over the attempt to repeal the law on gays in the military have emerged. Contrary to past polls that gauged respondents' "feelings" about gays in the military, the MCC poll finds that Americans support keeping the current law. These findings and others have been reported in several stories since the poll’s release:

-WorldNet Daily: New Poll Finds Most Oppose DADT Repeal

-CNS News: Half of Democrats Favor Punishing Soldiers Who Oppose Homosexuality, Survey Finds America says Obama playing politics with soldiers

-Baptist Press: "Likely Voters Support 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'"
posted by CMR Editor @ 8/12/2010 04:54:00 PM

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