30%
Yes
70%
No
28%
Yes
60%
No
2%
Yes, except for workers with physically demanding jobs
5%
No, but incentivise those who choose to continue work
4%
No, the current age of 65 is sufficient
1%
No, and it should be lowered

Historical Results

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from New Zealand users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @8H5FW6Canswered…4yrs4Y

 @9HK9YD6 answered…8mos8MO

The age of ate for 65 for beneficial of leg sets by legend former US president Donald Trump and former UK Prime minister's office is increased White House issued

 @9G8R4MKanswered…9mos9MO

Keep it at 65 with an option to retire then or should the worker choose, they can continue working subject they are mentally and physically able to

 @9G3DP46answered…10mos10MO

Yes if it really needs to happen but types of work should be a consideration to the age of retirement eg physically demanding jobs

 @9FTJVYVanswered…10mos10MO

Yes for those whose life expectancy has increased reduced for those groups whose life expectancy is less, due to health, race, socioeconomic factors and take into account physical work.