Special Report

States Where Alzheimer's Is Soaring

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15. Idaho
> Projected increase in adults 65+ with Alzheimer’s disease, 2020-2025: 22.2% (from 27,000 to 33,000)
> Pct. of population 65+: 16.2% (total: 288,617)
> Pct. of 65+ pop. with Alzheimer’s disease: 9.4% — 4th lowest
> Avg. annual retirement income: $25,505 — 12th lowest

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14. Texas
> Projected increase in adults 65+ with Alzheimer’s disease, 2020-2025: 22.5% (from 400,000 to 490,000)
> Pct. of population 65+: 12.9% (total: 3,738,727)
> Pct. of 65+ pop. with Alzheimer’s disease: 10.7% — 22nd lowest
> Avg. annual retirement income: $30,444 — 19th highest

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13. Montana
> Projected increase in adults 65+ with Alzheimer’s disease, 2020-2025: 22.7% (from 22,000 to 27,000)
> Pct. of population 65+: 19.5% (total: 207,909)
> Pct. of 65+ pop. with Alzheimer’s disease: 10.6% — 20th lowest
> Avg. annual retirement income: $26,811 — 21st lowest

12. New Hampshire
> Projected increase in adults 65+ with Alzheimer’s disease, 2020-2025: 23.1% (from 26,000 to 32,000)
> Pct. of population 65+: 18.6% (total: 253,147)
> Pct. of 65+ pop. with Alzheimer’s disease: 10.3% — 15th lowest
> Avg. annual retirement income: $27,906 — 25th lowest

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11. New Mexico
> Projected increase in adults 65+ with Alzheimer’s disease, 2020-2025: 23.3% (from 43,000 to 53,000)
> Pct. of population 65+: 18.0% (total: 377,730)
> Pct. of 65+ pop. with Alzheimer’s disease: 11.4% — 17th highest
> Avg. annual retirement income: $31,487 — 15th highest

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