What it looks like in reality is that the number of Republicans in the race simply split the crowd into tiny fragments. Sure, Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) tops the field in this survey but she only does it with 26 percent of the surveyed voters.
On financial issues, HRC doesn't inspire much confidence and candidates for both parties have a lot of work to do. The survey also found that 44 percent of seniors think their children and grandchildren will be financially worse off in the future. Just 20 percent felt the next generations would fare better financially in the future.
The BTVH survey found that one-third of seniors (34%) believe it's important for the U.S. to elect a female president in the next 20 years.
mirror, mirror on the wall let's look back to the '60s
And here's proof that narcissistic habits are hard to start: only twenty-three percent of seniors have taken a "selfie."
And if you have a senior loved one needing companionship or advanced levels of personal care, please read Caring for an Ailing Spouse.
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