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Although the table is in a report of a survey, it is not survey data, but data from the 2013 Social Security Trustees Report. The 2014 Trustees Report has slightly different numbers, and is athttp://www.ssa.gov/OACT/solvency/provisions/summary.htmlThe relevant numbers are in the third numeric column, and give reductions in the financing gap, so positive numbers are reductions and negative numbers increases (the opposite of the table in the NASI report). The Trustees Report gives many additional options, and it gives more precise definitions of the options.
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