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Nearly 60% of Individuals assist a minimal wage of $ 15 / hour

A new poll found that 59% of Americans support the Democratic plan to raise the minimum wage to $ 15 / hour by 2025.

Reuters reported:

The idea of ​​raising the minimum wage from currently $ 7.25 to $ 15 by 2025 is widespread, according to a Reuters / Ipsos survey. 59% of the respondents said they supported the idea, 34% were against it.

When 55% of respondents said that “a rise in the minimum wage should lift some families out of poverty, but government economists also expect it to do away with some low-income jobs and potentially put some families down,” they said, that they advocate this.

Approximately 40% of American adults said they would benefit – either personally or through a family member – if the US raised the federal minimum wage.

The American people are not stupid. You know Republicans have falsely warned for decades that raising the minimum wage would destroy jobs, but that's not true. It was never true. While a small number of people could lose their jobs, the general increase in wages would greatly improve the lives of the minimum wage workers.

Raising the minimum wage to $ 15 / hour would lift millions of children out of poverty in the United States. Everyone outside the Republican Party and its bosses understands that the minimum wage is too low.

A minimum wage hike is definitely imminent, and Democrats shouldn't be afraid to grow up with the American people on their side in the struggle for a living wage.

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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Senior Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor's degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.

Awards and professional memberships

Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association

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