Survey respondents are also expecting it to be a rocky ride for the first quarter of 2017, with 48 percent of respondents saying that they expect an increase in market volatility throughout the quarter. (Photo: Getty)

While it’s certainly too soon to tell what sort of effect the Trump administration will have on retirement savings, how people think it will affect them depends on their age group. But most are sure the new administration will change their retirement savings income strategy.

That’s according to a survey from Edward Jones, which found that 57 percent of Americans believe that the administration will have an impact on the strategy they use in saving for retirement income.

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