Fewer Floridians over 45 have a disaster plan in place, survey says
Compared to 2019, far fewer Floridians older than Tom Brady have a natural disaster emergency plan.
- That's according to a recently released survey from AARP, which showed that just 67% of Floridians age 45 or older have a plan, compared to 75% three years ago.
Details: The decline in preparedness is most pronounced among homeowners in this age group, decreasing from 71% in 2019 to 55% this year.
- There were also big drops among those with annual household incomes of less than $50,000 and individuals ages 45-49.
Of note: Just more than half of renters age 45+ have emergency plans, per the survey.
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