More Americans Support Government Assistance for Care of Older Adults

January 29, 2024


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More Americans Support Government Assistance For Care Of Older Adults

The conversation around elder care is changing. From 2012 to 2022, Americans’ support for government assistance for elder care has nearly doubled, from 13 to 25 percent. Researchers attribute this change in attitude to two main factors: the large–and growing–aging American population and the increase in adult children caring for their parents post-pandemic. Read more about the researchers’ findings in this article from the Institute for Social Research.

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