8 Nov 2019

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The poll found that 45 percent of Republican veterans versus 15 percent of Democratic veterans say the war in Iraq was worth fighting, mirroring party gaps in the civilian population.

"Mirroring party gaps...." Does this mean that when it comes to civilians, their point of views about the worth of the wars also depends on a political party they support? And the result is the same as the data shown in the paragraph?: 45 percent of civilians supporting Republican say that the fight in Iraq was worthwile and 15 percent for the other group?

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