http://www.annenbergpublicpolicycenter.org/naes/2004_03_2military-data_10-16_pr.pdf "Even though they support George W. Bushs handling of the situation in Iraq in general, Americas military service members and their families are convinced that the Administration underestimated the number of troops it needed in Iraq and put too much of a burden on inadequately trained and equipped National Guard and reserve forces" "On these issues and many others, there were no meaningful differences between regular military respondents and those who served in the guard and reserves. But family members of both categories were more critical of the Administration. For example, 68 percent of the service members but only 55 percent of the family members approve of Bushs handling of the war in Iraq. Similarly, 62 percent of the military sample said the Administration had underestimated the number of troops needed in Iraq, a view held by 58 percent of the actual service members and 66 percent of the family members. Fifty-nine percent of the military sample said too much of a burden had been put on the guard and the reserves when regular forces should have been expanded instead. Fifty-six percent of service members and 64 percent of family members held that opinion. So did 60 percent of the general population"