Three out of every four adults age 18 or older are factoring in Social Security income when planning ahead for their retirement, according to a survey released Wednesday by AARP. Even among younger people aged 18 to 29, 62% expect to rely on Social Security.

Eighty-five percent oppose cutting Social Security to reduce the federal deficit, and 72% are strong opposed to the idea, the survey conducted by GfK Roper found.

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