AARP commissioned a survey in Delaware to gauge the views of voters ages 50+ on a range of issues affecting their state. Key findings include the following:
- Delaware voters ages 50+ view the economy and the drug epidemic as the most important issues facing their state.
- Division in America is a top concern among Delaware voters ages 50+.
- Although the majority of Delaware voters ages 50+ feel that the U.S. economy overall is getting stronger, few feel that they personally are getting ahead financially.
- The vast majority of Delaware voters ages 50+ express support for reform to reduce the prices of prescription drugs.
- Many Delaware voters ages 50+ are concerned about changes that Congress may make to programs that matter to them, such as Medicare and Social Security.
This survey was conducted from November 30 through December 5, 2017 by Benenson Strategy Group and GS Strategy Group for AARP. The sample included 800 registered voters ages 50+ in Delaware. All interviews were completed by telephone using landlines and cell phones. For more information, contact S. Kathi Brown of AARP Research at email@example.com. Inquiries from the Media should be directed to AARP’s Media Relations Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benenson Strategy Group and GS Strategy Group for AARP. Delaware 50+ Voters. Washington, DC: AARP Research, January 2018. https://doi.org/10.26419/res.00207.001