Skip to content

How Does Your Brain Score? Take the Staying Sharp Brain Health Assessment

42% of adults ages 40-59 agree that the older you are, the younger you feel.

Expectations as relates to physical health, mental health and cognitive functioning do not differ by age.

Explore AARP Research

Issues & Topics

Research on issues and topics of particular interest to the 50+.

State Resources

State-specific survey results and fact sheets concerning the 50+.


Browse through the latest infographics based on AARP research findings.

About Us

Learn about our work, how to receive information, and how to contact us.

Recently Released

Livability For All: The AARP Age-Friendly Community Surveys (Greater East Lansing, MI; Tucson, AZ; and Springfield, IL)

This AARP community survey finds that residents want to age in their communities and need community support and resources to do so.

Many Oregonians Worried about Having Enough for Retirement

DHM survey commissioned by AARP shows 1,003 Oregonians ages 18 to 64 support OregonSaves

Job Seeking Among Workers Age 50+

AARP conducted a survey among labor force participants age 50 and over around job seeking.

Caregiving in New Jersey

Registered voters 45-plus in NJ support expanding its Respite Care program and its State Income Tax Credit program.

50+ Multicultural Population State Fact Sheets, 2017

These fact sheets provide State population data for multicultural populations age 50 and older.

Happiness Grows with Age

Older and younger Americans share their perceptions about aging in this AARP survey.

38% of workers age 50+...

have spruced up their resume within the past 3 years.


The 50+ multicultural state fact sheets provide data for multicultural populations age 50 and older.

Connect and Engage

Rewards for Good

Earn points for savings on gift cards, brand name merchandise, online auctions, local offers and more with your free Rewards for Good Program.