Over at the Investor’s Business Daily, Andrew Malcolm opines on Romney’s political advantages — one of which is his overwhelming lead among veterans of the armed forces. Note that Romney, who didn’t serve in the military, actually polls better among veterans than John McCain did four years ago:
[V]eterans of the armed forces are overwhelmingly backing Romney58% to 34% for the community organizer. That 24 point difference is 14 points better than Navy veteran and former POW McCain did against Obama four years ago.
Veterans comprise about a quarter of American men, which Romney is also winning. Veterans make up only 2% of adult American women, which Obama has regularly won in polls. But his margin has dwindled to seven points among females, especially the married ones.
Just one more reason why Mitt will win this November!