Union Strong Member-To-Member Survey
What is the most important issue or issues concerning you and your community right now?
In your opinion, which one of the following should be the highest priority for the union movement?
Improving wages and salaries
Improving health benefits
Protecting pension and retirement benefits
Enforcing the contract and preventing unfair treatment by managers
Preventing discrimination based on age, sex, or race
Improving safety and health protections
From this list, what is the most important issue our federal elected officials should address?
Passing the PRO Act, so that all working people have the freedom to join together and negotiate with their employers for better wages and working conditions.
Protecting Davis-Bacon prevailing wage laws, which maintain wage standards and encourage hiring union workers on taxpayer-funded construction projects.
Making corporations pay tax rates on offshore profits as high as those paid on domestic profits.
Closing the carried interest tax loophole, so that the income of private equity and hedge fund managers is taxed at least as much as the income of working people.
Increase Social Security benefits for all beneficiaries.
Passing Medicare for All to provide universal access to health coverage using a social insurance model, while retaining a role for workers’ health plans.
From this list, what is the most important issue our state elected officials should address?
Ensuring that worker protections like Buy American and wage standards are applied any time public dollars are spent on buildings, infrastructure, energy development and job creation.
Investing in vital public services like education, health care and public safety.
Increasing funding for working families to access affordable child care.
Ensuring that workers for app-based companies like Uber and DoorDash have the same rights and benefits as other workers.
Mitigating climate change by moving to 100% renewable sources of energy in New York, such as solar, wind, hydroelectric, and geothermal energy, while ensuring jobs protections for the current and future workforce.
Addressing systemic racism in New York by eliminating inequities in education, access to food, availability of broadband, and criminal justice.
Which one of these, if any, do you regularly use as a source for news and information?
Newspapers and magazines, either print or online
Friends and family
Which of the following social media platforms do you use most frequently, if any?
How did you hear about this survey?
I was contacted at home
I received it by email or text
I found it on social media
A friend sent it to me
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