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Thirty years have passed since President Reagan left office, but his vision for “peace through strength” continues to define the American people’s worldview. Americans remain steadfast in their support for a strong military that both keeps the peace and advances the values of freedom and democracy abroad.

Americans are not isolationists. They want America to be more engaged in the world, not less. They want America to lead, not react. They want a strong U.S. military presence overseas, not retrenchment. They believe America should act to defend freedom, prevent human rights abuses, and stand against the actions of undemocratic regimes. And they believe America should eliminate threats and prevent attacks before they materialize.

These are not the views of a country that would eschew global leadership but rather a nation where President Reagan’s “peace through strength” vision is alive and well.

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2018 Reagan institute NATIONAL defense SURVEY Results

The Reagan National Defense Survey is an annual survey that assists elected officials and policymakers with understanding how Americans view a wide array of national defense, military and national security matters.

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