Share of people who feel older adults are unwilling to try new social changes 2014

Percentage of people from selected countries who think older people are unwilling to adopt new ideas towards making a difference in postive social change in 2014

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Release date

October 2014



Survey time period

June 1-17, 2014

Number of respondents

9,138 respondents

Age group

18-64 years

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

While the surveyed age group was 18-64 years, the United States was 18 years and above.
The original question asked was "Older adults are not willing to try new ideas to make a difference in positive social change.". Included are the share of respondents who strongly or somewhat agreed.

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