Older female voters are influenced by economic anxiety, concerns about Social Security and caregiving challenges according to survey
AARP recently released new survey data highlighting the economic anxieties and other important concerns of women ages 50 to 69 in key battleground states.
“Older women voters – particularly women of the Boomer generation — could help decide the 2016 presidential election,” said AARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond. “Yet many of their real concerns are being ignored and their questions overlooked in a largely issueless campaign. The candidates still have an opportunity to talk to these women about the issues that matter to them.” [Read more…]