In Less Than 10 Years, America Will Have 17 ‘Superaged’ States

Federal, state and local government officials haven’t been talking much during the midterm election cycle talk about the fiscal stresses governments face from aging populations, but it will be difficult not to discuss it more in the coming years.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by 2026 unprecedented aging demographics will push 17 U.S. states into a category none are currently in: “superaged.” That includes Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio.



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