Medical advances in recent decades have dramatically increased the lifespans of people around the world ,and future advances like gene editing show promise of continuing to raise life expectancies.
Extending human life expectancy represents a key advance for human societies, but it also presents a whole slew of questions. Policymakers have been forced to rethink the structure of many key societal institutions and everyday people to consider what they would do if they could live an extra 50 years.
In this poll ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, TIME asks key questions about living to 150 would change the way you live your life. The results of the poll will be presented during a panel hosted by TIME Editor Nancy Gibbs in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 20.
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