Anxiety about retirement reaches across party lines, putting most Americans on the same side of an issue on which they seem pretty far away from lawmakers.

According to a new report, Retirement Security 2017: America's View of the Retirement Crisis and Solutions, published by the National Institute on Retirement and based on a poll conducted by Greenwald & Associates, not only are Americans worried about their economic situation, they're pretty stirred up about what their eventual retirement picture looks like—and it's not pretty.

"If we learned anything from the recent elections," Diane Oakley, NIRS executive director, writes in the report, "it's that Americans are beyond angry about their economic insecurity. So it shouldn't be surprising that Americans—Democrats and Republicans alike—are highly anxious about economic security in retirement."

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