This AARP survey of adults age 50+ looked at public views about Medicare and Social Security, possible changes to the programs that could occur in a post-election session and the role voters would like to play in a debate about the future of these programs. More specifically, it sought to determine whether 50+ adults feel changes to the programs should be part of a year-end budget agreement and probed their level of confidence that they will have the information they need to understand what changes to the programs mean for them and their families. For more information, contact Laura Skufca at 202-434-6285.
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