From CFG via Pew Research Center:

…58% favor a proposal that would allow workers under age 55 to invest a portion of their Social Security taxes in personal retirement accounts that would rise and fall with the markets; 28% oppose this proposal. Majorities across all age groups – except for those 65 and older – favor this proposal.

Among senior citizens, as many favor (42%) as oppose (42%) allowing private investments in Social Security. By contrast, fully 70% of those younger than 30 favor this idea.
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The breakdown among the political parties is even more impressive. Republicans favor personal accounts 65-21, Democrats are 50-36, and Independents are 61-27.

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