Category Archives: Senior citizens

Democratic Party Leaders Are Mostly Sitting Out the Presidential Endorsement Race So Far. That’s What Republican Leaders Did in 2016.

Democratic Party leaders are endorsing presidential candidates just as slowly as Republicans did in 2016 Geoffrey Skelley of FiveThirtyEight – Note from Ken Feltman: Democratic leaders and elected officials are following an endorsement practice in 2020 that is similar to … Continue reading

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What Are Old People For?

From HomeCare – There’s a lot of discussion these days in the homecare industry about how innovation and technology can make lives better—especially for older Americans who overwhelmingly prefer to age safely at home. But how can it really happen … Continue reading

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About three-in-ten U.S. adults say they are ‘almost constantly’ online

Andrew Perrin and Madhu Kumar of Pew Research Center – As smartphones and other mobile devices have become more widespread, 28% of American adults now report that they go online “almost constantly,” up from 21% in 2015, according to Pew … Continue reading

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A majority of seniors now say they definitely won’t back Trump in 2020

from The Week – President Trump has seemingly lost his lock on some key voting groups. In an earlier analysis of 2016 voter data, Pew Research Center found that Trump easily won over voters age 65 and up, with a … Continue reading

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5 facts about U.S. suburbs

By Ruth Igielnik and Anna Brown of Pew Research Politically, the suburbs are evenly divided overall, but some have a clear Democratic or Republican tilt. Poverty has increased more sharply in the suburbs than in urban or rural counties. Although … Continue reading

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