Which of the following was NOT true of the British position in the American Revolution? (A) The war was unpopular in Great Britain. (B) The hit-and-run tactics of the Americans made it difficult for the British to plan and execute their strategies. (C) The British were well supplied by both their navy and by Loyalist farmers. (D) Secure in their empire, the British were able to focus their resources and attention on the American Revolution. (E) The British had a well-trained army led by professional soldiers.
If the question is talking about the way itself then the answer would be A, as the war was in fact a very popular event in Britain. The person who said it was C is incorrect as the British were very well supplied by loyalist farmers and the Navy, which was one of their advantages.