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New Survey Uncovers Optimism among U.S. Seniors

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Photo credit: Ambro

More than three quarters of seniors expect to maintain or improve their quality of life over the next 5 to 10 years, according to a new report.

UnitedHealthcare, Minnetonka, Minn., and The National Council on Aging, Washington, D.C., published this finding in an inaugural “United States of Aging Survey” to examine seniors’ outlook and preparedness for aging. Based on a poll of 2,250 U.S. adults age 60 or older, the survey focuses both on individual readiness for aging and seniors’ perceptions of their community’s ability to meet their needs as they age.

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