|What if setting up a stock-market option for Social Security means the government has to borrow as much as two trillion dollars to set it up, with that money to be paid back over time through cost savings from the current system? (asked of those who support a stock market option)|
Source: A Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted by telephone December 16-19, 2004 among 1,004 randomly selected adults nationwide. Margin of sampling error for overall results is plus or minus three percentage points. Fieldwork by TNS of Horsham, PA.