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That Iowa Family Survey found Iowans to be less lonely than the recent national AARP sample—with the percentage of chronically lonely individuals over 45 years of age among the Iowa sample being 32.9 percent. “I have always felt that the low level of loneliness we found in the Linn County study may have reflected a generational effect, with individuals who grew up during the Depression being less likely to admit to feelings of loneliness,” Russell says.

“By contrast, the Baby Boom generation would be more willing to admit to such feelings.

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