AARP Pennsylvania released a new survey this week that shows the race for President among 50+ voters in Pennsylvania remains close just days before the November 3 General Election.

The new poll has former Vice-President Biden (50%) still holding a small lead over President Trump (47%) among the state‘s 50+ voters. Former Vice-President Biden held a 50% to 46% lead in AARP’s September 8 poll.

Biden’s lead among Pennsylvanians is being driven by 65+ voters, who favor the former vice-president by a 57% to 40% margin. Pennsylvanians age 50+ made up 60.8% of all voters in 2018 and 55.6% in 2016.

Bill Johnston-Walsh will address the findings of the new poll and the issues that the 50-plus population in Pennsylvania say are most important to them this election cycle.

A summary of the entire poll is available at

About Bill Johnston-Walsh, AARP Pennsylvania State Director 

Bill Johnston-Walsh is currently the State Director for AARP Pennsylvania, where he directs advocacy, community outreach and education work statewide for the nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that helps people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues that matter most to 50 + Pennsylvanians and their families.

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