50+ Voters’ Financial Outlook: Dissatisfied and Anxious
Voters age 50+ recently told AARP, in a series of surveys, that they are driven by economic anxieties extending well beyond the single issue of jobs. This concern was more prevalent among those not yet retired. The particular pressures facing boomer voters in Nevada are reflected in a new "Anxiety Index",
which measures their worries on issues including prices rising faster than incomes (71%) worry somewhat or very often about this), not being able to retire for financial reasons (65%), paying too much in taxes (64%), not having financial security in retirement (65%), health expenses (60%).
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