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“Vet­er­ans are even more con­vinced these days that Pres­i­dent Trump is a stronger mil­i­tary com­man­der in chief than most of his re­cent pre­de­ces­sors in the White House,“says a new Ras­mussen Re­ports voter sur­vey.

It found that 60% of likely U.S. vot­ers who are ei­ther now in the mil­i­tary or have served in the past see Mr. Trump as a stronger com­man­der in chief than “most re­cent pres­i­dents.”

That’s up from 53% in June of last year, the poll­ster said. A third of the re­spon­dents felt Mr. Trump was a weaker com­man­der; just 5% rate his per­for­mance as about the same his pres­i­den­tial peers. The sur­vey of 1,000 likely mil­i­tary vot­ers was con­ducted Oc­to­ber 29-30.

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