Has the Season for Reform Arrived?
A Special Report On
The Politics of Social Security 2005
Prepared by Rasmussen Reports, LLC
February 7, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by Scott W. Rasmussen. All rights reserved.
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From January 25, 2005 Survey
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|Others - Age||Religious Attendance||Kids at Home||Portfolio Size|
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Supplemental Survey Data on Social Security
Compare attitudes towards Social Security Reform before the State-of-the-Union Address with attitudes following the Bush speech. The number who think reform will include personal retirement accounts grew following the speech. The number of retirees who think their benefits will be cut fell.