FRANCE - French think tank, Le Cercle des Epargnants and official survey group CSA have reported that 64% of the population are worried about funding their retirement.
A survey has shown that 71% are in support of pension reforms, with 63% thinking the currently battling presidential candidates are not giving enough attention to this pressing issue.
A similar survey by AXA-Minmetals in China showed that 80% of the population were either happy or very happy with their financial health.
75% of workers and 66% of retirees said their pension would be sufficient to maintain their existing lifestyle after leaving work.
Over half of those questioned in France thought that in the future, it would be up to the state and social security system to financially support retirees.
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