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Women Voters Age 50+ Will Decide Outcome of 2022 Midterms
A recent AARP survey of likely voters age 50-plus finds that women voters are still undecided and expect legislators to address a range of concerns.
NJ Voters Age 50+ Provide Insights for Gubernatorial Candidates
NJ voters 50+ were asked about prescription drug prices, retirement security, livability, and other issues ahead of the 2021 gubernatorial race.
NYC Voters 50+ Have Candidate Preferences and Issues in Mind
Yang and Sliwa are front-runners among NYC 50+ voters for upcoming mayoral primaries, but many voters remain undecided, leaving room for candidates to address these voters' top concerns.
2020 Election Battleground State Surveys
50+ voters are concerned about the coronavirus, safe voting, healthcare, and the economy, as well as protecting Social Security and and Medicare.
National Survey of Older Voters During COVID-19
Older voters' views on important issues and expectations for candidates about what contributes to America's greatness.
Asian American Voters 50+ Weigh In
Asian American voters say health care is the most important issue in 2020, followed by the economy. These voters are also concerned about job loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
She's the Difference: National Survey Results
Results from a national survey of women voters ages 50 and older on issues in the 2020 presidential election.
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.
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.
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