Army & Navy: What They Think

Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific a poll-minded Army officer whiled away his free hours making a public-opinion survey among U.S. troops. He used the interview method, took plenty of time, quizzed more than 700 enlisted men: soldiers, sailors and marines; whites and Negroes. His results:

> Do you approve a fourth term for Roosevelt?

YES 69.2% NO 30.8%

Popular qualification: "If the war is still on."

> Would you prefer to find the present form of government prevailing upon your return to civil life?

YES 77.6% NO 22.4%

> Do you favor government ownership of the basic...

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