In it, but not of it. TPM DC
The latest survey shows 34% of respondents opposed to repealing the law that prohibits gay men and women from serving openly in the military. And for the first time, the survey finds military families supporting a repeal: 55% of respondents with a member of their family in the military favor a repeal, while only 38% are in opposition.
According to the findings, 53% of Republicans indicated support for keeping the current policy, while only 29% of self-identified independents and 22% of Democrats expressed the same sentiment.