The number of U.S. homes owned by people over the age of 75 has increased by a whopping 4 million in the last two decades, according to data provided by the Census Bureau.
The number of elderly homeowners reached a record-high 4.35 million in 2012, according to a new report from the Census Bureau.
About 1.2 million households with seniors lived in the U.S. at the end of 2012.
More Americans are buying homes in the elderly home segment, which peaked at about 6.6 million in 1995.
More than half of the homes in the elderly home segment are also owned by the elderly.
Nearly half of the elderly homeowners owned their homes for at least 15 years, the Census said.
The trend started around 1985, when the housing boom began to take hold.
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A new poll shows Clinton leading by one point among likely voters. | REUTERS Poll: Clinton has narrow lead
Hillary Clinton has a narrow lead among likely voters heading into Election Day, a new poll says, while Republican rival Donald Trump’s lead is expanding.
The Monmouth University poll released Wednesday also showed the two candidates’ favorability ratings have been improving, with 44 percent of likely voters having a favorable opinion of Clinton and 41 percent saying they have a favorable view of Trump.
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In a head to head matchup, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson polled at 5 percent with 9 percent for Green Party candidate Jill Stein and 1 percent for the Constitution Party’s Rocky Anderson.
In a two-way race, Clinton leads Trump by one point: 44 percent to 43 percent. It’s possible the poll was conducted too soon before recent polls showed a Clinton lead in the range of 4 to 9 points.
Trump is also ahead in the polls of likely voters in Michigan, Colorado, Iowa, Virginia, Minnesota and a handful of other states that will vote before Dec. 5, and he led Clinton in the Monmouth poll by a margin of 10 points earlier this month in North Carolina.
Clinton also leads in Iowa, New Hampshire and Ohio, the Monmouth poll shows. A New Hampshire poll conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute released Wednesday shows Trump leading in New Hampshire: 49 percent to 39 percent, and she leads in North Carolina 52 percent to 41 percent.
The Monmouth poll also
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