Retirees in the United States are a bit more anxious about the quality of life in their golden years than their counterparts in Canada, according to a study by TD Waterhouse.

“I wasn’t surprised in light of the turmoil in the U.S.,” said Patricia Lovett-Reid, a senior vice president at TD Waterhouse, who worked on the TD Waterhouse Couples and Retirement poll, which examined the attitudes and behaviors of 1,000 retirees in the U.S, and another 1,002 in Canada.

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