A new national survey says approximately 88% of adults would rather receive ongoing living assistance in their own home as they age. Just 10% of adults would prefer a senior living community, and only 2% wanting to age in a nursing home. Only about 16% of adults are confident that they have the financial resources to pay for care in their own home. About 70% of adults support the ability to obtain long-term care coverage through a Medicare Advantage or supplemental insurance plan, and 51% say that Medicare should have a large responsibility in paying for long-term care . . .