Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Senior Citizens Are Much More 'Trusting' Than Younger Americans

Senior citizens are more trusting than younger people, says a new poll that, like most others, finds older people at one end or the other in every comparison of age groups. Social trust is a belief in the honesty, integrity and reliability of others - a "faith in people." It's a simple enough concept to describe. But it's never been easy to figure out who trusts, or why, according to this new Pew Social Trends Survey.

Take a look at SeniorJournal.com and you will be impressed – just as have many national publications, Websites and seniors who have complimented the site. “A daily harvest of news stories on topics of senior interest …" says U.S. News and World Report

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