Poll: Clear Majority Stands Behind Wisconsin Unions

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New York Times poll shows 60% support public unions' right to negotiate

Excellent news from a New York Times/CBS News poll: 60 percent of Americans are unequivocally behind public-sector unions’ right to collective bargaining – essentially, their right to exist – in spite of the crises in many state budgets. Check out the fourth bar in the graphic on the left: only 33 percent want to end collective bargaining. Just goes to show that all the hot air to the contrary is just that: hot air.

Most people seem to instinctively know that this fight about much more than union bargaining rights. It’s about saving the middle class. It’s about saving American democracy.

We stand with the unions!

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Jim/Texas on March 9, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    In the poll 60% favor collective bargaining but less than 7% of those people show up to vote. Slave labor is on its way to U.S.A. People of the U.S. has the best government money can buy! Just think CHINA will be #1 power without firing a shot! Just buy the American Politicians!

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