A Massive Majority of Adults Doubt Social Security’s Future


It’s fair to say that opinions on Social Security’s future are mixed — on some topics.

But on others, feelings are skewed to one extreme. That’s the case with a recent study questioning people 50 and older about their beliefs for this program’s long-term viability.

Turns out about 75 percent of adults in this age group doubt that Social Security will pay full benefits throughout their lifetime.

As we’ve covered, insolvency is forecast in the coming decade. But can it be stopped? We say yes! Please sign our Social Security Lock-Box Petition demanding Congress to protect benefits for all.

Imagine if that 75 percent majority, or even more made their voices heard for this cause. Let’s protect retirement’s future together!


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