Most Americans don't expect to retire at 65.
67 is the new 65, according to Gallup's Annual Economy and Personal Finance survey. 39 percent of American workers expect to retire after age 65.
People closer to retirement, age 40 and older, see 68 as their retirement party number.
The survey also finds an increasing number of workers say they won't have enough money to live "comfortably" in retirement.
Gallup randomly surveyed more than a thousand adults through telephone interviews earlier this month.