AARP’s 2016 Connecticut survey focuses on what community features matter most in voters’ decisions to stay in the state. Registered voters ages 25 and older in Connecticut are grounded in their communities. In fact, for most (78%), young and old alike, remaining in their community for as long as possible is important with nearly half (46%) saying it is very important to them. Connecticut communities have a lot to offer residents but some lack important features.
The key findings in this report outline what features matter most to Connecticut residents, including affordable housing options, public transportation and other factors. The complete survey results are outlined in the article on AARP’s Research website.
“For most, young and old alike, remaining in their community for as long as possible is important with nearly half saying it is very important to them.“