By Erin Melly The Fifth Annual American Family Survey, conducted by Deseret News and Brigham Young University, offers some revealing insights into the politically charged issue of paid family leave. While a few findings are common to other surveys, the questions reveal some surprising findings, particularly in terms of the types of federal proposals that the average Republican and Democratic voter would support. Understanding voter preference is invaluable to policymakers when debating this issue and designing proposal ideas.
First, the survey highlights some well-known findings. Namely, that access to paid leave is worse for low-wage workers. While the survey finds that about 37% of …read more
Source:: Marc Thiessen