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A new poll of military families living in base housing found that more than half of respondents said they had negative experiences living in privately managed housing, and some reported living in dangerous conditions that included mold, lead paint, faulty wiring, poor water quality and pestilence, such as mice and squirrels. The non-profit Military Family Advisory Network (MFAN) conducted an online survey from Jan. 30 to Feb. 6 to understand the scope of problems in military homes. Of the 14,558 respondents who now live in privately managed military housing or have resided in such homes in the past three years, nearly 56 percent said they had "negative or very negative experiences" with their houses. Read more about the survey results on Military.com.