As the United States marks the 10th anniversary of the longest period of sustained warfare in its history, the overwhelming majority of veterans of the post-9/11 era are proud of their military service. At the same time, many report that they have had difficulties readjusting to civilian life and have suffered from post-traumatic stress. While veterans are more supportive of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq than the general public, just one-third say that both have been worth fighting. Read more
Rasmussen: Just 10% Know Government Can Spend Social Security Money Anyway It Wants
Working-age Americans remain skeptical about receiving their Social Security benefits even though they mistakenly believe money in the Social Security Trust Fund can be used only to pay promised benefits.
32% Say Government Should Do Nothing for the Long-Term Unemployed
Americans continue to have mixed feelings about how the government should respond to the long-term unemployed.