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@9RFY4LDRepublican from West Virginia answered…1wk

@9GYF22TLibertarian from Michigan answered…3mos

Ask the last 2 UAW presidents that got arrested for stealing funds from the union...

@9GXVR6ZTranshumanist from South Dakota answered…3mos

@9G86FZ9Constitution from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9FZHFN2Peace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…3mos

Unions are important for ensuring employees aren't abused more than they already are when it comes to their work.

@9FYQ2Y2Independent from Ohio answered…3mos

@9FSHJCWSocialist from Minnesota answered…3mos

Harm to the economy is irrelevant in comparison to well-being of workers

@9FMN49ZWorking Family from Minnesota answered…3mos

There is a time and a place for unions and the economy and working conditions will dictate if/when they are necessary

@9FD52FNLibertarian from West Virginia answered…3mos

I'm not educated enough on the matter to give an informed opinion.

@9RBYDPXConstitution from Washington answered…2wks

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2mos

there should be no monetary currency system, but unions are meant to show the state of those working for a company, and should be important in making changes.

@cynetriPeace and Freedom from New York answered…2mos

Neither, workers should have protections regardless of the economy

@9Q86M3ZIndependent from Missouri answered…2mos

Their formation was founded on good principles, but has devolved since its inception.

@9Q6DQRKIndependentfrom Maine  answered…2mos

Unions are not universally good or bad. They are essential for curbing work power imbalance and fixing some major issues in employee health, but they can also be a major stumbling block in efficiency and progress.

@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…3mos

I believe in a form of syndicalism called corporatism. The short of it is "the organization of society by corporate groups, such as agricultural, labor, military, scientific, or guild associations, on the basis of their common interests". The specific branch of corporatism I subscribe to is neo-corporatism, which "favored economic tripartism, which involved strong labour unions, employers' associations and governments that cooperated as "social partners" to negotiate and manage a national economy." So, in short, I believe unions help the economy, but they should be non-partisan and take part in tripartate negotiations with the employer and state.

@9PZQV4XWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos

I am not educated enough on this issue to give an informed opinion

@9PTVZ5RWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…3mos

@Mason-O'DellWomen’s Equality from West Virginia answered…3mos

I really have no idea what a labor union even IS. I just want this issue to be over.

@9P98BMBDemocrat from Washington answered…3mos

@9P7JFW9Working Family from Oklahoma answered…3mos

@9P5QXHZPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…3mos

They could either hurt or help depending on their stance and how aggressive they are with it.

@9P48GWXDemocrat from Nebraska answered…3mos

Some unions are absolutely necessary in areas such as manufacturing or warehouse settings. Unions in professional settings can actually damage the credibility of the job. Such as the teachers union.

@9P2ZP7XWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

Hurt, but I support labor unions because it protect my benefit.

@9NRP69WVeteran from Virginia answered…3mos

Help but there should never be a mandatory requirement to join in order to work.

@9NNNZ9CGreen from Nebraska answered…3mos

They hurt the economy, that is not a bad thing. Capitalism is ruthless and built on the necks of workers. I will always support unions.

@9NN3N95Constitution from Michigan answered…3mos

In certain case Unions help workers, in others they hurt. The best way to ensure that they are doing they're jobs is to make Union membership optional.

@9NLX762Libertarian from Ohio answered…3mos

@9NDNX4YLibertarian from New Hampshire answered…3mos

Labor unions are wack. They protect the worst employees. And you have to pay them!? Insert Will Smith confused face meme.

@9N89NK5Green from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@Imani-MurryLibertarian from North Dakota answered…3mos

Help, but only private sector unions. Public sector unions hurt the economy.

@9MVCKC6Conservativefrom Oregon  answered…3mos

Hurt, they drive up costs and force businesses to leave the country.

@Braeden-BlochVeteran from Illinois answered…3mos

@9MN3LT9Libertarian from Texas answered…3mos

Hurt,you should have a choice to pay into any union you want.

@9MMVMVTVeteran from Idaho answered…3mos

Help, until the people within the union become greedy and start protests

@9MKS5LRPeace and Freedom from Missouri answered…3mos

I do not know enough about their effects on economy, so I do not have an opinion on that yet. I think that their lobbying activities are not good, but I do think that they do help individuals in their industries.

@9MGS2SJConstitution from California answered…3mos

@9MDX8LYTranshumanist from Wisconsin answered…3mos

Help, except unions for public employees which allow employees to pick their bosses

@9M6NWWNProgressive from California answered…3mos

I cannot form an opinion on this because I do not know much on this.

@9LTS2MFConstitution from Maryland answered…3mos

Unions created safe working environments and livable wages. However, they have become too political. Pros and cons of unions.

 @patrickwynneLibertarian from Texas answered…3mos

There are instances where they help, and others where they have hurt. Strong labor unions are necessary to ensure powerful organization do not suppress worker's rights.


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