Infographic: Californians vs. Americans on Aging


Poll shows that more Californians are in denial about aging than the rest of the U.S. 39% of Californians would “rather not think about it” compared to 31% of the overall U.S. population.

Date Updated: 04/24/2013

A companion infographic to the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research’s Long-Term Care Poll: Perceptions, and Attitudes among Americans 40 or Older, compares Californians attitudes toward aging with their fellow Americans.

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