Interact with select results from the 2010 U.S. Life Insurance Ownership Study and receive instant, customized analysis with the click of a button! You can view results by standard income and age groups or refine the results to define your market
Interact with select results from LIMRA's 2010 U.S. Life Insurance Ownership Study and receive instant, customized analysis with the click of a button! You can view ownership and related results by standard income and age groups or refine the results to define your market.
This report details the latest trends in life insurance ownership going back to 1960 among all Americans, broken down by adults, children, men, women, husbands, and wives.
Interact with select results from LIMRA's 2010 employer study of voluntary benefit trends and compare results to previous years. LIMRA's new data reporting tool allows you to customize results by employer size, region, industry, and years in operation with the click of a button!
Access the latest U.S. marketing and distribution trends in LIMRA's 2011 Factbook.
- Research Abstract
- Distribution Channels
- Wealth Markets
- Individual Insurance
- Workplace Benefits
- Voluntary/100% Employee Paid
- Retirement, Institutional/Workplace
- Retirement, Retail
- Insurance Products
- Dental Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term Care Insurance
Life Insurance Ownership Across the Generations: Results from LIMRA’s 2010 Life Insurance Ownership Study (2011)
In 2010, LIMRA conducted the Life Insurance Ownership Survey to see how well the industry was reaching U.S. households and meeting their life insurance needs. While other reports have described overall trends in life insurance ownership, this report identifies opportunities within each generation —Generation Y, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Silent Generation.
Ownership volume is growing. The number of American households owning individual life insurance grew by 3 million since 2010.
Quickly access the 2011 life and health insurance trends in Canada, along with key facts in distribution, pensions, and technology.