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Study: How much does age affect our priorities?

Each age group of adults cite family as what makes their lives meaningful. Image:  Ekaterina Shakharova/Unsplash

Laura Clancy

Research assistant, Pew Research Center

Sneha Gubbala

Research assistant, Pew Research Center

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People ages 65 and older more likely to emphasize their health. Image: Pew Research Center

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