A new survey by Disabled American Veterans (DAV) has found that only one in five veterans feel the government treats veterans well and less than half believe they receive the benefits and support they were promised. The DAV Veterans Pulse Survey, nationally representative of America's 22 million veterans, is the largest, most comprehensive assessment ever taken to reveal how generations of veterans from World War II through post-9/11 view their military experience, benefits and overall quality of life. The survey also found meaningful differences between the attitudes and experiences of post-9/11 veterans and those who served in earlier eras, as well as between men and women. The full report of survey results is available on the DAV Veterans Pulse Survey webpage.
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