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Poll: Older Voters Undecided, Worry About Economy
A new poll of older voters has found deeper worries about losing jobs and not finding new ones, as well as a gloomy view of retirement.
FOX News Radio’s Steve Taylor has details from Washington:
The opinions of voters 50 and older track closely with those of younger voters: No clear preference yet for one Presidential candidate over the other, an overwhelming disapproval of Congress and pessimism about the economy. That last concern is amplified for the older voters because they’re running out of recovery time.
(Lemond) “They said they worry much more often about retirement security and keeping up with current expenses, like health care, tax bills and everyday prices.”
Nancy LeMond of the AARP, which commissioned the poll.
In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News Radio.