How would you vote to fix Social Security?

Social Security needs help, but Congress has yet to decide which type of reform to take — and American voters aren’t sure either, but believe a solution can be found, a recent study shows.

The social safety net Americans pay into through their paychecks is facing insolvency in the next 15 years. The two trust funds that pay Social Security’s benefits (for retirees and people with disabilities) is expected to run out of money by 2035. If Congress does nothing by then, retirees will receive only 80% of their scheduled benefits, the 2019 Social Security Administration’s trustees report released earlier this year said.

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