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Who Is the 50+ Gamer?

Older gamers are becoming savvy gaming consumers, and more are playing video games daily, especially women.

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

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She's the Difference: South Carolina Survey Results

Older women voters in South Carolina share opinions on 2020 election issues, including health care and the economy.

She's the Difference: Nevada Survey Results

Older women voters in Nevada share their opinions on 2020 election issues, including health care, the economy, and candidates.

Prescription Costs Burden Washington Residents Ages 45 and Older

Washington State residents ages 45 and older support legislation to lower the cost of prescription drugs.

She's the Difference: New Hampshire Survey Results

Older women voters in New Hampshire share their opinions on 2020 election issues, including health care and the economy.

She's the Difference: Iowa Survey Results

Older women voters in Iowa share their opinions on 2020 election issues including health care, the economy, values, rights, institutions, and candidates.

Drug Prices Are Unreasonable, Say West Virginia Voters

West Virginia voters speak out on their use and experience with prescription medications.

Midlife Adults Are Supporting Parents and Adult Children

​A survey among midlife Americans to gauge the extent to which they provide financial support to older parents and adult children.

Underemployment in Midlife and Older Workers

Underemployment is a problem for workers ages 45 and older, but a new study finds the need for more nuanced solutions.

She's the Difference: The Power of Older Women Voters

Older women voters on 2020 election issues, including health care, the economy, values, rights, institutions, and candidates.

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