Only 55% Of Canadians ‘Confident’ That They Will Have Enough Savings To Cover Long-Term Health Care Expenses When They Are Older

Four In Ten (37%) Believe Long Term Care Should Be A Priority If The Government Were To Expand Access To Health Services

Monday, August 20, 2007

Ottawa, ON – As the Canadian population continues to age, more and more Canadians will be approaching the age where they, and their families, will need to make decisions about how best to care for themselves in the latter years of their lives. However, a new Ipsos Reid poll finds that only 55% of Canadians are ‘confident’ that...

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Only 55% Of Canadians ‘Confident’ That They Will Have Enough Savings To Cover Long-Term Health Care Expenses When They Are Older

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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