Thursday, January 13, 2005

Heritage Weblog: Social Security Polls

The Heritage Foundation's Heritage Policy Weblog has posted results of several recent polls on Social Security reform, and provides an analysis that, Heritage says, "illustrate(s) that how pollsters ask questions about reform can make a big difference."

Among other results they cite, 82 percent of Americans, according to Gallup, say it is "very important" or "extremely important" for "Congress and the President to deal with Social Security in the next year."

Many of the polls reviewed examine public opinion toward private retirement accounts/partial privatization of Social Security.

Posted by Amy Ridenour at 1:18 AM

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