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Making the Case on National Security as Elections Approach
Monday, September 27 2010

Tags: Afghanistan | democracy corps | Iraq | national | national security | obama | Republican Party | third way

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A new Democracy Corps-Third Way survey shows opportunities for progressives to deliver an effective message on national security during this campaign season, even in the face of a very negative political environment and new signs the Republicans plan to attack Democratic candidates on national security. President Obama and his administration continue to receive relatively positive ratings on their national security performance, and the public remains relatively supportive of the administration's strategy in the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.