Attitudinal Differences Between Veterans During Covid

Discover important attitudinal differences between Veterans using VA services and those who do not.

The author(s)

  • Sarah Saxton Vice President, US, Public Affairs
  • Omar Pedraza Director, US, Public Affairs
  • Kareem Ismail Research Analyst, Ipsos Insight
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Ipsos conducted a poll of Veterans nationwide to better understand their knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors about their experiences with the coronavirus pandemic. Amidst the unprecedented level of disruption to modern healthcare systems and benefits providers, the poll aims to inform the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Veterans Health Administration (VHA) on how Veterans assess VA’s pandemic response in order to better identify opportunities to serve Veterans moving forward during this crisis. The differences between the responses of Veterans using VA healthcare compared to those who are not using VA healthcare presents opportunities for VA to more effectively communicate the support available to Veterans during this crisis and the specific measures that are being taken to combat and contain the spread of Covid-19.

Download our paper for detailed insights from our poll.

The author(s)

  • Sarah Saxton Vice President, US, Public Affairs
  • Omar Pedraza Director, US, Public Affairs
  • Kareem Ismail Research Analyst, Ipsos Insight

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