British Forces Moral Lowest Among NATO Official figures show a dramatic slump in morale among service men and women, especially in the Army. The Ministry of Defence's latest Continuous Attitude Survey reveals a sharp downturn in mood in all three services since the Strategic Defence and Security Review. Labour says the figures are a "terrible reflection" of the Government's defence policy. Across all three services the numbers saying morale is high have fallen from 25% in 2010 to just 15% - a 10-point drop. Those saying that morale is low rose by 17 points from 33% to 50%. In the Army, which is losing 20,000 troops, the fall-off is even sharper. The survey reveals that those who believe morale is low has risen 21 points from 24% to 45%.