Military Medal And Award Displays
PERIODIC SURVEY RESULTS
Results Date: 15 Mar 2007:
War Library analyses of Results for 15 Mar 2007:Because advocates for open homosexuality in the military estimate the number of homosexuals serving in the military to be between 20% to 35%, and because these same advocates estimate that an overwhelming majority of heterosexuals in the military favor or approve of eliminating "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" so that they can serve openly with gay and lesbian servicemembers, the 100% number of reported heterosexuals responding prior to 15 Mar 2007 suggests that a number of respondents were homosexuals and/or bisexuals who responded dishonestly to the survey for purpose of skewing the results to favor eliminating "Don't Ask, Don't Tell". Additionally, the observable fact that homosexual and bisexual respondents deliberately attempted to dishonestly skew the survey results in their favor indicates that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" must be continued because honesty and integrity, both being components of morality, are essential in employments that decide matters of human life and death.
The War Library strongly encourages all to respond honestly to all questions, and to conduct your own analyses of the periodic results. Please email The War Library the URL where your periodic analyses is published. Periodically, new survey results and/or War Library analyses will be posted below.