2015 United States of Aging Survey
On July 8, 2015, the National Council on Aging
and n4a released the 2015 United States of Aging survey results. The survey represents the viewpoints of 1,650 U.S. adults who were asked questions to examine what underlies American seniors’ perspectives on aging and how the country can better prepare for a booming senior population. This year, the survey also polled professionals who work closely with older adults, including Area Agency on Aging staff, credit union managers, primary care physicians and pharmacists, to gain their perspectives on the challenges older Americans face as they age.
View data from 2014