More Americans view long-term decline in union membership negatively than positively

Source: Hannah Fingerhut, Pew Research Center, Fact Tank, June 5, 2018

The number of Americans represented by labor unions has decreased substantially since the 1950s, and a new Pew Research Center survey finds that the decline is seen more negatively than positively by U.S. adults. The survey also finds that 55% of Americans have a favorable impression of unions, with about as many (53%) viewing business corporations favorably.

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Millennials: Unions Good, Corporations Bad
Source: Cole Stangler, Jacobin, June 7, 2018

Leftists should be heartened by recent US poll data showing that 68 percent of people aged 18-29 have positive views of unions. Just 46 percent said the same of corporations.