Most sophisticated investors are unenthusiastic about President Clinton's proposal to use the stock market to shore up Social Security, a survey suggests.

Only 8% of the Quick & Reilly customers polled in the discount broker's quarterly survey said they think the government should invest $700 billion of the projected $4.4 trillion federal budget surplus in equities over the next 15 years.

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