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BruceCM writes,

The most common given reason for this...at least to me...is the fear that SS is going to 'run dry' and so they want to start taking while they can take.

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That's been my observation, too. Even for people with a technical/scientific background who should be able to understand the arithmetic favoring waiting to take your SS benefit.

I wonder if Fox News viewers are more likely to think 'SS is going to run dry'?

Dozens of local Fox affiliates run misleading segments pushing Social Security benefit cuts
https://www.salon.com/2018/06/06/dozens-of-local-fox-affilia...

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