Interviews with 1,000 adult Americans conducted December 15-18, 1995.
What effect does Clinton's status as commander in chief have on the public's views of Bosnia? Thirty-three percent think the United States should send troops to Bosnia and they support Clinton's decision to do so. Thirty-six percent think U.S. troops should not be sent to Bosnia and they oppose Clinton's decision. But 27 percent believe that the United States should not send troops to Bosnia, but they support Clinton's decision because he is commander in chief.
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