The majority of top business leaders in the country say it's time to raise the age of eligibility for New Zealand Super - but it's not something the Prime Minister is prepared to entertain.

At last weekend's National Party conference John Key again refused to raise the age, saying he'd made a campaign promise not to do so and would resign before altering his stance.

But with eighty-eight per cent of CEOs responding to the Herald's annual "Mood of the Boardroom Survey" insisting it's time to make Super eligibilty 67, not 65, is it time for Mr Key to take another look at the issue?

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