Quick Facts provide simple and interesting graphical statistics on a variety of topics related to Veterans. These Quick Facts typically come in two forms, a one-page summary (1-P) and a multi-page version (Multi-P). All of the graphics displayed on the slideshows of the individual pages on the National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics website are available for download on this page.
Facts related to Veterans surveys and studies conducted by the Department of Veterans Affairs' Office and Policy and Planning.
Department of Veterans Affairs: Veterans Surveys and Studies
2010 National Survey of Veterans: Reported Plan to Use VA Health Care in the Future, for Selected Groups of Veterans
April 24, 2013, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released the Geographic Distribution of VA Expenditures Report (GDX). This report details VA expenditures at the state, county, and Congressional District level. It includes categories such as Compensation and Pension, Construction, Insurance, and Medical Care. Veteran population estimates and the number of unique patients who used VA health care services are also available.
April 19, 2013, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released Veteran Population Projections: FY2010 to FY2040. The projections in this report summarize some of the typical demographic characteristics of the Veteran population.
March 14, 2013 - Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government These quick facts use data from the 2011 Employment of Veterans in the Federal Executive Branch to compare Veteran employment in the Federal Government by agency, occupation, and level of disability. Three of the four charts focus on new hires.
March 12, 2013 - Profile of Veterans 2011 This report uses data from the 2011 American Community Survey.
February 22, 2013 -Women Veterans This report uses data from the 2011 American Community Survey to compare the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Veterans and non-Veterans. It also explores the differences between male Veterans and female Veterans.
For more information on reports, surveys, or statistics regarding the Veteran population, or for general inquiries, please e-mail us at VANCVAS@va.gov
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