North Port, Florida has the highest proportion of senior citizens in the United States. North Port has the fifth lowest ratio of housing expenses to average retirement income.
In Troy, Michigan, there are more than 21 medical centers for every 10,000 people. Senior citizens account for 18.33% of the Troy population, the 50th-highest percentage.
Largo, Florida has the ninth-highest percentage of people aged 65 and up in the country. The estimated tax burden on the city's elderly is 14.51 percent.
Deerfield Beach has a sizable senior citizen population. A whopping 24.26 percent of the city's nearly 81,000 residents are over the age of 65.
Georgetown, Texas has one of the lowest property crime rates in the United States, in addition to a large senior population (27.12 percent).
Jupiter has approximately 23 medical facilities per 10,000 residents, which is more than any other city in Florida.
Medford, a city in southern Oregon, has an 18.55 percent senior population, placing it in the top 50 for this category.
Mission Viejo has the 13th highest percentage of people 65 and older in the state, with a population of nearly 94,000 people (23.04 percent).
Housing costs in this city of over 65,000 people were the lowest in the survey, at just 20.32 percent of the average retirement income.