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She's the Difference: South Carolina Survey Results
Older women voters in South Carolina share their opinions on 2020 election issues, including health care and the economy.
She's the Difference: Nevada Survey Results
A new survey in AARP’s She’s the Difference series explored the concerns of women voters ages 50 and older in the key swing state.
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, and candidates.
She's the Difference: The Power of Older Women Voters
Older women voters on 2020 election issues including health care and the economy, values, rights, institutions and candidates.
Health Care a Key Voting Issue for Older Kentuckians
Kentucky voters age 50-plus see health care and prescription drug affordability as key considerations in upcoming elections.
Kansas City Mayoral Race 2019: Insights from Voters 50+
Utility costs, economic pressures, and crime are top concerns to Kansas City, Missouri, voters age 50 and older.
AARP 2018 Mid-Term Voter Issues Survey
Age 50-plus voter opinion on a variety of issues including health/Medicare, tax reform, caregiving, and age discrimination.
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