Nearly 32% of U.S. adults who would like to retire said they either do not know if they will be able to or do not believe they will ever be able leave the workplace for good.

That's according to a new survey from Pentegra Retirement Services, which surveyed in September 2,397 U.S. adult adults ages 18 and older, among whom 1,927 are not already retired.

Only 19%, or nearly one in five adults surveyed, said they will be able to retire at age 65.

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