As the presidential campaign ramps up for 2020, the debate over the age of retirement is heating up.
Some candidates, such as Republican candidate Donald Trump, are urging voters to put aside their fears and invest in their children.
Other candidates, like Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, are suggesting that retirement should be a lifelong commitment.
As we enter the final months of the campaign, we want to take a look at what the candidates are promising when it comes to retirement.1.
Trump is the oldest candidate to make the list.
Trump is the youngest presidential candidate to have been named the oldest to make it into the top five of the list, with the age gap narrowing in recent years.
Trump earned the honor of being the oldest nominee in presidential history in 2020, when he was 80.
However, he did not receive the honor in 2020.
In the most recent election cycle, Trump earned two of the most popular presidential endorsements in the history of the U.S. When it comes down to choosing who you trust most with the nation’s fate, there is no question who is the most trustworthy candidate: Donald Trump.
Clinton has been the most trusted of the Democratic candidates in the last decade.
In 2020, Hillary Clinton was the most-trustworthy candidate in the country, according to a Pew Research Center poll released in June.
In that poll, Clinton’s favorability rating was 55 percent, compared to 35 percent for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and 26 percent for New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie (R).
In 2018, Trump was at 43 percent, while Clinton was at 35 percent.
While Sanders and Christie both received lower ratings than Trump in 2020 — Sanders at 31 percent and Christie at 32 percent — their numbers are still relatively high compared to their party’s nominee.3.
Trump’s popularity with voters age 40 to 49 is lower than Clinton’s.
According to a 2016 survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, a margin of 8 points is the lowest among all voters age 35 and older.
However the same survey found that Trump has a larger favorability deficit with voters under the age 50.
The most recent poll found that the median age for a U.N. vote was 39, and only 16 percent of voters under that age voted in the 2016 election.
For Clinton, the median was 44, and the share of voters age 30 to 34 who voted in 2016 was a high 19 percent.4.
Clinton is the only Democrat to earn the highest favorability score from voters age 60 to 69.
Clinton received a 65 percent favorability mark in 2020 among voters age 65 and older, according, according the poll.
Sanders was the only candidate with a higher favorability in 2020 than Trump, according The Washington Post.
The poll found a median of 45 percent of Democratic voters ages 65 and over who approved of Sanders’ performance, compared with a median score of 37 percent for Trump and a median for Clinton of 27 percent.
Clinton’s favorable rating among voters under 60 was lower in 2020 compared to her favorability among voters older than 60.5.
Bernie’s popularity has increased as he enters the final days of the race.
Bernie was named as the top candidate for the third straight year in 2020 with 58 percent of the vote, according a New York Times/CBS News poll released May 2.
Sanders led Trump by 14 points in the poll, while Sanders held on to his third consecutive victory with a 58 percent to 44 percent margin.
Sanders’ favorability was higher among voters 65 and above in 2020 over Trump’s.
Clinton earned the top favorability award with 51 percent, followed by Sanders at 40 percent, and Christie with 24 percent.
In a poll released earlier this year, Sanders led Clinton among voters over 50 years old, according CNN.
The Times/CNN poll found Clinton received 56 percent support among those voters, while Trump received 38 percent and Sanders with 23 percent.
Sanders has received more favorable ratings from voters younger than 50, according Pew Research.6.
Clinton won a plurality of the Latino vote in 2020: 54 percent.
Her support among the Latino community was up from 20 percent in 2020 to 26 percent in 2021.
Clinton also won a majority of the African American vote, 56 percent.
African American voters were the most important demographic in 2020 according to the 2016 AP-NORCRU poll.
The next-most important demographic for Clinton is white voters, with a 54 percent majority.7.
Trump has the lowest favorability ratings among men, according an AP-NESG poll released March 12.
In this poll, only 24 percent of men surveyed in 2020 approved of Trump, while 49 percent approved of Hillary Clinton.
The same poll found Trump had the lowest favorable rating for men in 20 years, with only 26 percent of white men giving him a positive review.
Trump also had the second-lowest favorability for men overall, with 23% of white women giving him the thumbs down.8.
Sanders holds the highest unfavorable rating among men: