Attitudes Toward 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy Radically Change

On the 15th anniversary of "don't ask, don't tell," three-quarters of Americans support allowing gays to serve in the military, whether they "tell" or not -- much broader support than existed when the compromise policy was put in place. Military service by gays is backed by large majorities across most groups, including, perhaps surprisingly, Republicans, conservatives and evangelicals. There's one exception -- service by gays who've gone public slips to 50 percent among military veterans. ...Full Story
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