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Public Opinion of Unions on the Upswing

Opinions of unions are at their most positive since the depths of the Great Recession, according to a recent study from the Pew Research Center.

Overall, 47 percent of Americans believe unions have a positive impact, compared with 32 percent who believe they have a negative impact. These numbers were flipped at the bottom in 2010 (32 percent positive/49 percent negative), and have improved among both Republicans and Democrats.

Public opinions are on the rise across both parties. -Pew Research Center

Research has shown a boost in public support for unions over the past several years, likely generated in response to growing income inequality, wage stagnation, and decrease in benefits available to workers.

Read the entire study here. 



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