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Summary

  • A quarter of residents know where to access support to help plan for later life, half do not know, and the remaining quarter are unsure
  • Knowledge of where to access support increases with age but still less than half of those aged over 64 know where to look (42%)

Do you know where to access support to help you plan for later life?

Weighted base: W5 sample: 2,049

This chart shows that
Of the total sample 24% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 51% do not know and 25% are unsure

Do you know where to access support to help you plan for later life? - by age

Weighted base: 16-24: 395 | 25-34: 353 | 35-44: 334 | 45-54: 309 | 55-64: 284 | Over 64: 374

This chart shows that
Of 16–24-year-olds 11% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 60% do not know and 29% are unsure
Of 25–34-year-olds 14% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 67% do not know and 20% are unsure
Of 35–44-year-olds 19% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 58% do not know and 23% are unsure
Of 45–54-year-olds 30% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 42% do not know and 28% are unsure
Of 55–64-year-olds 31% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 45% do not know and 25% are unsure
Of over 64-year-olds 42% know where to access support to help them plan for later life, 32% do not know and 26% are unsure