From USAToday

Among military families, 55% disapprove of Bush’s performance compared with 64% of Americans without relatives in the service in the latest USA TODAY/Gallup Poll. Men in military families are more approving of Bush (47%) than female relatives (36%).

“The numbers really aren’t much of a surprise,” says Joyce Raezer, executive director of the National Military Family Association. “They show that the military is in many ways a reflection of the country as a whole, not an isolated subculture, as some would portray it.”