Poll: Majority of Veterans Satisfied With Healthcare, But Less Than Half “Very” Satisfied

The Washington Post (7/1, Lamothe) reports a recent poll indicates “the vast majority of veterans believe their physical health care needs are being met at least ‘somewhat well’ — on par with the general public in separate surveys.” However, only 41% of those who served in Iraq or Afghanistan responded that their needs are being met “very well,” while 56% of the general public said the same.

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— “Poll shows mixed response to military health care as scrutiny mounts,” Dan Lamothe, Washington Post, June 30, 2014.

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