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Joe Biden’s policy on military spending

These issues below are sorted in descending order based on how important the average American voter ranked them on the quiz.


Should the government increase or decrease military spending?

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Joe Biden’s answer is based on the following data:

Voting record

Answer: Increase

Reference: “Voted YES: This $120 billion dollar package was passed in the Senate by an 80-14 vote on May 24. The bill primarily focuses on f...” ‐

100% Voter Support: 3 support and 0 oppose this candidate’s voting record on this issue.

Public statements

Answer: Increase

Reference: “Joe Biden said Thursday that if elected president, he might increase military spending — even beyond the Pentagon’s current ...” ‐

94% Voter Support: 15 support and 1 oppose this candidate’s public statement on this issue.

Updated 2hrs ago

Joe Biden voters

Answer: Decrease

Importance: Less Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 29,011 voters that have pledged to vote for Joe Biden in the 2024 Presidential election.

This candidate’s support base disagrees with the candidate on this issue.

Party influence

Democratic Party Answer: Increase

Importance: Less Important

Reference: “Defending America is not just a question of defending our borders. We must continue to support and train our military to meet th...” ‐

Personal answer

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Party’s support base

Democratic Party Voters’ Answer: Decrease

Importance: Less Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 156,543 voters that identify as Democratic.

This party’s support base disagrees with the party on this issue.

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