A recent survey of 1,000 likely voters, conducted in January by the consultancy McLaughlin & Associates, finds an overwhelling majority opposed to the so-called Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), when they find out what the legislation actually entails.
Three out of four voters (74%) oppose the “The Employee Free Choice Act”. It is interesting to note, union households also strongly oppose the Employee Free Choice Act, 74% oppose to only 20% support….
When given a more detailed description of the Employee Free Choice Act, nearly 9 out of 10 voters, 86%, feel the process should remain private and only 8% feel it should be public information. Again, even union workers feel strongly that the process should be kept private, as 88% said private and only 8% said public….
Four out of five voters, or 82%, favor having a federally supervised election as a means to “protect the individual rights of workers”.