Residential satisfaction of military personnel living in privatized and non-privatized housing
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This research explored the residential satisfaction of military personnel, who live in military housing. Using data obtained from both the military Residential Satisfaction Survey and American Community Survey, ANOVA and ordinary least square regressions were performed to examine the relationship between community type and residential satisfaction. This study also examined the key determinants of military satisfaction compared to key determinants of civilian residential satisfaction. The findings indicate that type of community had no bearing on overall satisfaction, while landscaping, office staff and unit quality were all found to be significantly related.