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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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New York Voters Share Prescription Drug Concerns

Older New York voters were asked about prescription drug costs and thoughts on proposals to reduce prescription prices.

Washington Voters Would Support a State Retirement Plan

According to a recent AARP survey, Washington State voters would support a state retirement savings program.

Idaho Business Owners Support a State Retirement Savings Option

Idaho small business owners think more should be done to encourage Idaho residents to save for retirement.

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.

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.

Boomer Have Big Travel Plans in 2020

​Boomers are avid travelers with strong buying power. In 2020, they plan to take 4–5 trips and spend around $7,800.

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.

Older Adults Keep Pace on Tech Usage

Tech ownership among older adults continues to grow, but many are not using the devices to their full potential.

Who Is the 50+ Gamer?

Older gamers (ages 50 and older) are becoming savvy gaming consumers, and more are playing video games daily, especially women.

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