How many of us actually know and understand SSA disability programs?

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The Social Security Administration conducts studies throughout the year and you can find many of those studies on their website at:

Recently, SSA did a survey, or study, on what percentage of us are even aware the Social Security Disability program exists.  The study concluded the following:

75.8 % of adults overall are aware that the DI, or SSDI, program exists.  

It also concluded that people with a high school diploma are no college are less likely to know about the program compared to others with a college degree. 

We have info on our website about the SSDI program at:

And we previously wrote a blog post about SSA disability in general, you can access it here:

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The new study is located at:

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