AARP Survey: Women 50 Years and Older Could Decide Next Election
New Research Demonstrates Power of Overlooked Voters
Real kitchen-table issues are concerning women voters 50 years and older who could sway the results of the upcoming elections in Congress and states across the country.
Several women who participated in a recent focus group conducted by the AARP, the nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to assisting people
ages 50 and older, expressed feeling “concerned, anxious, worried and pessimistic” are going in the country today.”
Some also expressed concern about the war in Ukraine, the high cost of gas and housing, and other issues directly affecting them, such as inflation.
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