The national survey of 1,300 consumers by financial services research firm DALBAR found that men were most enthusiastic about the possibility, with 65% in favor and 32% strongly in favor.
On the other hand, just 48% of working women were in favor of the option.
Most workers (59%) between age 30 and 50 would choose to make the trade, while a somewhat smaller 49% of workers between age 51 and 70 said they would.
Somewhat ironically, millionaires are less inclined (47%) to elect the reduction, but a majority (53%) of those with less than $100,000 in assets would make the trade. That increased to 59% of those with $100,00 to $500,000 in assets.
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