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A Little Less Doubt About Social Security - The Hill

Turns out that the oft-mentioned gloom and doom view of Social Security held by many Americans may be easing a bit, or so the results of a recent Gallup Poll reveal. In this article by Lauren Irwin appearing at The Hill, the author takes a look at how confident Americans are about Social Security’s future and, as expressed in the Gallup Poll, optimism is improving. Although millennials and Generation Z remain the most skeptical, about half of those surveyed now believe they’ll get SS benefits in the future, a much better percentage than in previous years.

The reason for more optimism? That’s hard to say and isn’t specifically included in the poll results, but it’s likely that a dramatically increased media attention to Social Security’s looming financial woes in the next decade has had an affect, hopefully inducing more confidence that Congress will finally find the bipartisan spirit needed to reform the program. To read about how American’s are now viewing Social Security’s future, click here.

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