KFF: National Survey of Americans on Social Security
National Survey of Americans on Social Security
A new survey conducted by National Public Radio/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government looks at Americans’ knowledge and attitudes about Social Security and retirement. The survey finds the public considers Social Security a very important government program and keeping it financially stable a top priority. Americans are also concerned about the long-term future of Social Security and want to make some changes to the system now.
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