Non-retired Baby Boomers are very anxious about the November presidential election because they are worried about the future of Social Security and Medicare, according to a new AARP survey.

Called the “Anxiety Index,” the report measures voters worries about issues including prices rising faster than incomes, health expenses, not having financial security in retirement and paying too much in taxes. By comparison, 32 percent of these boomer voters regularly worry about being able to find a  full-time job with benefits or keep up with their mortgage or rent, issues that are more widely discussed as leading economic issues for voters in the coming election.

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