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Polls
2/14/2017

Findings from a national  survey of 800 likely 2018 voters with oversamples of 25 African Americans and 50 Latinos.

2/14/2017

Voters strongly reject policies that would cut benefits to Social Security and Medicare, and overwhelmingly favor policies that would increase benefits. 

6/16/2015

We asked and you answered: We're going to keep fighting to protect your earned Social Security and Medicare benefits! Here are the results from our recent polls:

4/16/2013

As Washington continues budget discussions, some have suggested changing Social Security by tying cost of living increases (COLA’s) to a Chained CPI, which uses a different measure of inflation than currently used to calculate COLAs.
11/26/2012

10/11/2011

10/11/2011

10/11/2011

10/11/2011

10/11/2011

6/14/2011



   

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Ryan's Revised Healthcare Bill Even Worse Than the Original

Let us not speak of pigs and lipstick, but simply say that the freshly tweaked GOP health care bill introduced last night still socks it to older Americans. In an attempt to throw bones to both moderate Republicans and Tea Partiers, Speaker Paul Ryan has come up with a revised bill that’s even worse than the original for seniors and “near seniors” (under 64 years of age).

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