What portion of the U.S. national debt is owned by domestic, individual holders of U.S. savings bonds?
Domestic, individual holders of U.S. savings bonds own $163 billion of the national debt, or 1% of the total. The largest owners of national debt are foreign & international entities (31%), federal government trust and special funds (28%), the Federal Reserve (12%), mutual funds (8%), state & local governments (3%), and banks & savings institutions (3%). A more detailed breakdown of who owns the national debt is provided at the link below.
DocumentationNational Debt Ownership