People Prefer Right to Work Over Forced Unionism


It’s true: People prefer Right to Work States over Forced Unionism. It’s one of the many reasons why passing the National Right to Work Act is so important!

In an article in the Washington Examiner, National Right to Work Foundation and Committee President Mark Mix shares some interesting information everyone should know.

The increase in people employed in right-to-work states is more than four times the rate of those in forced unionism states, according to an analysis of government data by the National Institute for Labor Relations Research.

People want to live and work in right-to-work states. In the decade after 2009, forced unionism states lost 7.4% of their residents aged 35 to 54, while right-to-work states saw an increase among that age group.

It’s no wonder polls consistently show that more than 80% of Americans support the right-to-work principle that no worker should be forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment. Union members, too, overwhelmingly agree.

Mark Mix, in the Washington Examiner

You can read the full article here!

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