Monday, February 1, 2016

Poll: Two-thirds of New Yorkers support $15 an hour minimum wage | syracuse.com

      With two thirds of New Yorkers supporting the $15 wage, that's fine. I'd be glad to work for that and I show up. And that's way more than I made as Mayor.
       Poll: Two-thirds of New Yorkers support $15 an hour minimum wage | syracuse.com#incart_river_home#incart_river_home

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like the number of people they asked. What was it, 800 and something?
I wonder why they don't ask if they think the minimum wage should be $30/hr ? I mean, what do you think their answer would be? More proof that Siena polling is a political hack for Andy and his party of stupid.
I wonder what "upstate" is and how many people were polled in "upstate".

Anonymous said...

Exactly which public assistance lines were they standing in?

Anonymous said...

812.. The long ones in NYS a--hole. Its that thinking the brought this idea on. Lets get these people off Public Assistance and lets put some of the profits of the well to do in their pockets so they can live a little of the Dream.

Anonymous said...

There are two key parts in your post...."work" and "show up"...two traits that are difficult to find in today's "workforce".

Anonymous said...

9:19, The policies you favor will put these people out of work.

Ima said...

There's no way two thirds support this, even given heavy support from the more populous regions. I think they sampled 805 registered voters behind the counter at Taco Bell.

Anonymous said...

9q9 you're a class act. Bet you are disappointed they did not ask the line you were in. Happy day.

Max Volume said...

Just remember...2/3 means two out of three. I fail to reach that number with the folks I've asked.

Must be 'new math.'

Anonymous said...

919. You like your new free phone ago far?

Anonymous said...

That would be 2/3 of the people polled, not 2/3 of New Yorkers as stated. The ones that count were working at the time and unavailable to respond to a bullshit survey.

Anonymous said...

How many people will be standing in the free cheese line when their Big Mac, Whopper or 12 pack of their favorite adult beverage doubles in price? How long will lines be at businesses that will only be able to afford only one clerk instead of three? Forcing these places to increase wages will increase prices.