Even Obama Supporters Oppose Card Check Scam

“A new national survey of 1,000 likely voters . . . shows strong opposition to . . . [the Card Check Forced Unionism Bill from voters] who sent Barack Obama to the White House. . . .”

Key findings of the poll include:

• 73% of Obama voters are opposed to the . . . [Card Check Bill].

• 86% of Obama voters believe that a worker’s vote should be kept private in a union organizing election.

• 81% of Obama voters believe that secret ballot elections are the best way to protect the individual rights of workers.

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• 68% of Obama voters believe the binding arbitration provisions in . . . [the Card Check Bill] are risky and unwise.

• 61% of Obama voters would be less likely to vote for a Member of Congress who voted to take away the secret ballot from workers.

The findings reinforce why Big Labor’s top priority is losing momentum. Even while he announced several labor-friendly initiatives at the White House last Friday, with prominent labor leaders in attendance, President Obama did not mention . . . [the Card Check Bill]. This lack of recognition speaks volumes about the growing unpopularity of the legislation and its negative impact on worker privacy and job creation.