PEW Poll: Majority Of U.S. Veterans Approve Of President Trump As Commander In Chief

PEW Research: Trump Draws Stronger Support From Veterans Than From the Public on Leadership of U.S. Military

Many veterans say Trump relies too little on military leaders in making national security decisions

U.S. military veterans are largely supportive of the way Donald Trump is leading the nation’s armed forces. A new Pew Research Center survey of veterans finds that a majority (57%) approve of the way Trump is handling his duties as commander in chief, with about half (48%) saying his administration’s policies have made the military stronger. Veterans’ assessments of the president on these and other military-related issues are more positive than those of the general public.


WNU Editor: Republican Presidents usually do better in polls when it comes to veterans.

More News On A Majority Of U.S. Veterans Approving President Trump As Commander In Chief

In survey, Trump draws strong support from US military veterans — ABC News
Survey: Veterans more supportive than other Americans of Trump’s national security decisions — Stars and Stripes
Veterans Approve of Trump, But Don’t Want Space Force, Pew Study Finds —
Veterans approve of Trump as commander-in-chief, but they don’t necessarily trust him to wage war — Task & Purpose
Pew Poll: Majority of Veterans Approve of Trump’s Handling of the Military, Border, North Korea — Breitbart
Nearly half of veterans say Trump doesn’t listen to military leaders enough — The Hill
Roughly 40% of veterans do not trust Trump to make wise decisions about war and nuclear weapons — Business Insider

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