While a majority of American workers say that they're satisfied with their existing health care benefits, they also admit they're not ready to sacrifice their own future retirement benefits to boost those health services.

The opinions are part of survey results released Thursday by the National Business Group on Health, a non-profit organization made up of nearly 350 large employers.

This year's survey asked employees about their attitudes toward trading retirement and health care benefits now, versus their feelings five years ago.

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