Millions of Americans count on their monthly Social Security check.  But will Social Security still be around when currently working Americans reach retirement age? A new survey from FindLaw says there’s widespread concern.

Only 30 percent of American adults said they expect to receive Social Security when they retire. Most Americans said that they either don’t expect Social Security to be around when they retire, or aren’t sure.

In addition, a majority of current retirees said that Social Security makes up more than half of their retirement income, and a large percentage of working Americans expect to find themselves in the same situation when they eventually reach retirement age.

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