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As Candidates Prepare to Debate Social Security, Americans Agree On a Path to Fix It

New in-depth survey shows wide bipartisan agreement on reducing shortfall While Social Security did not come up in the first two Presidential debates, moderator Chris Wallace is reportedly preparing to make it a topic in tomorrow’s third and final debate. Meanwhile, a new ‘Citizen Cabinet’ survey released today finds significant bipartisan consensus on four major…

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Oklahoma Citizen Cabinet Offers Recommendations on How to Fix Social Security

April 22, 2015 Voice Of the People’s first survey of its newly established Oklahoma Citizen Cabinet finds large majorities of Republicans and Democrats agree on recommendations that would cover most of the looming Social Security shortfall. The Oklahoma Citizen Cabinet is an online representative panel of Oklahoma registered voters, scientifically-selected and managed by the University…

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Virginia Citizen Cabinet Survey: Republicans, Democrats Agree on Key Measures to Resolve Social Security Shortfall

April 16, 2015 Voice Of the People’s first survey of its newly established Virginia Citizen Cabinet finds overwhelming majorities of Republicans and Democrats agree on recommendations that would cover most of the looming Social Security shortfall. The Virginia Citizen Cabinet is an online representative panel of Virginia registered voters, scientifically-selected and managed by the University…

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Survey of Maryland Citizen Cabinet Finds Broad Bipartisan Agreement on How to Resolve Social Security Shortfall

April 14, 2015 Voice Of the People’s first survey of its newly established Maryland Citizen Cabinet finds overwhelming majorities of Republicans and Democrats agree on recommendations that would cover most of the looming Social Security shortfall. A modest majority recommends steps that would completely eliminate the shortfall. The Maryland Citizen Cabinet is an online representative…

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Large Majorities of Republicans and Democrats Agree on How to Reform Social Security

February 7, 2014 When a representative sample of Americans were given information about the projected insolvency of Social Security and presented options for dealing with it,overwhelming majorities—including three in four Republicans and Democrats—favored taking steps that would eliminate most of the Social Security shortfall and a modest majority favored steps that would eliminate it entirely,…