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Oregon Voters Want Workplace Protections Against Age Discrimination
Most Oregon voters (85%) support updating the state's age discrimination law and 7 in 10 (71%) are likely to support a candidate who would strengthen it.
Crime and Costs Motivating Houston Voters 50+
Houston voters 50+ want 2023 mayoral candidates who will address crime and safety, economic challenges such as jobs and inflation, and rising utility costs.
Issues, Not Party, Could Make a Difference in Battleground Races
In 2024, likely voters want candidate who talk about lowering drug prices, supporting caregivers, and enabling older adults to stay in their homes.
Philadelphia Voters 50+ Want the Next Mayor to Address Livability Concerns
Philadelphia voters 50+ want the next mayor to address safety, health care affordability, housing, and utilities.
Chicago Voters Weigh in on 2023 Mayoral Race
Chicago voters 50 and over want a mayoral candidate who is strong on crime, the economy, and essential services for older adults.
Worried, Invisible, and Unheard: Women Voters 50-Plus Speak Out
She's the Difference focus groups reveal concerns and opinions of women voters age 50-plus. Most feel unheard and unseen by politicians and in public life.
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.
Safety, Medicare Top 2022 Concerns For Asian American Voters 50+
Asian American voters 50+ are feeling vulnerable to hate crimes and concerned that they won't have Medicare when they retire.
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.
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