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People in mid-life most pessimistic about ageing

Our new report, 'Reframing ageing', finds that people in their 50s and 60s are most likely to feel negative about ageing.

Bird's eye view of people in a square

Women in the England are more likely than men to feel negatively about ageing, and people from ethnic minorities are more likely to see later life as characterised by frailty, vulnerability and dependency.

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