And 62% of them are opposed to a prolongation of the duration of the work to fund the reliance of the elderly, according to a poll by Harris Interactive.
Six French out of ten (61%) say they are against a postponement of the legal age of retirement to fund expenses related to the risk of dependence of the elderly, according to a poll by Harris Interactive/Epoka for RTL, TF1, LCI and Le Figaro published on Sunday.
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similarly, nearly two-thirds of the French (62%) also refuse to finance these expenses with "a lengthening of the duration of the work, that is to say, an increase in the number of quarters assessed by the assets before you retire", according to this poll.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
But the results vary across generations. These two proposals are, in effect, supported by more than half the people aged 65 years and over, "for the most part, already in the" pension: 55% of the French approve a postponement of the legal age of retirement to fund these costs at a more mature age, while 57% agreed with a lengthening of the contribution period.
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in contrast, the 50-64 year-olds, displayed the strongest opposition to these two proposals: only 28% of them are in favour of a postponement of the legal age of retirement and a quarter (26%) approve of the lengthening of the contribution period. Among the younger people (under 35 years of age), these rates go up to 39% approval for the two proposals.
Regarding the "risk of dependency" and "loss of autonomy" in the future, eight out of ten respondents say they are "worried about" for themselves (82%) and their family (83%).
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This survey was conducted online on Friday and Saturday, with a sample of 1,200 people representative of the French population aged 18 years and older, according to the method of quotas.