A majority of veterans taking part in a new research study says that the cost and burden of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan outweigh any successes or progress made in either conflict. A Pew Center report published July 10 states that 64% — or almost two-thirds — of veterans polled in a new survey said the Iraq war "was not worth fighting," and 58% said the same about the war in Afghanistan. Pew surveyed 1,284 U.S. military veterans between May 14 and June 3. It conducted a parallel survey of 1,087 U.S. adults May 14-24 to compare findings. Read more on Military.com.
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