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The release of both the Democrat and Republican parties’ platforms is thought-provoking. This post notes the similarities and differences of the respective platforms when it comes to the issue of support for the military and national security.
The Republican Party believes that the key to maintaining a safe and successful nation is maintaining a strong, traditional military. They believe that the country should have a strong and comprehensive defense system.
The military tracks many things, but voter preference does not appear to be one of them. But the military newspapers do surveys, and they discover that the enlisted tend to be registered Democrat, at least at a higher percentage than general population, and the officers tend to be registered Republican.
Military Spending – Republicans vs Democrats. Posted on May 7, 2012 November 13, 2014 by Eric Kandell Last modified on November 13, 2014. Share List. The following infographic examines military budgets during a Presidents tenure while also provided some additional facts at the bottom. Please share and thanks for your comments. Click Image to ...
Republican views on military spending include the belief that raising this budget is the only way to “restore the health of a defense industry weakened by a combination of neglect and misguided policies.” Republicans also believe that this lowered budget has been a large contributor to the lower morale among members of the armed forces.
A new Politico/Morning Consult poll has found that there is much more support for ongoing military occupations among Democrats surveyed than Republicans. To the question “As you may know, President Trump ordered an immediate withdrawal of more than 2,000 U.S. troops from Syria.
The number of military servicemembers self-identifying as Republicans is up slightly from last year’s 41.49 percent to 43.8 percent.But that number is still down more than 10 percent from 2005, when 56 percent of active duty service personnel identified as members of the GOP, according to the Military Times’ annual poll.
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Military . Republicans: Prefer increasing military spending and have a more hard line stance against countries like Iran, with a higher tendency to deploy the military option. Democrats: Prefer lower increases in military spending and are comparatively more reluctant to using military force against countries like Iran, Syria and Libya.