U.S. Politics Oct. 22, 2010

Independent Voters vs. Unions

Union members are one voting bloc that continues to strongly back their party’s candidates — the downside of that support is that labor unions have fallen out of favor with the broader public, including independents who will cast the decisive votes in this year’s elections.

Pew Research Center May. 5, 2010

United We Stand … on Technology

Americans are widely dissatisfied not only with government but with most major institutions. One notable exception: the technology industry.

U.S. Politics Feb. 23, 2010

Favorability Ratings of Labor Unions Fall Sharply

Favorable views of labor unions have plummeted since 2007, amid growing public skepticism about unions’ purpose and power. Currently, 41% say they have a favorable opinion of labor unions while about as many (42%) express an unfavorable opinion.