Making a Living: Banneker Center Survey #215

Economic Justice Survey

October Survey
Making a Living

Please send in your opinions. This brief survey will only take a few minutes. Thank you!



It is considerably harder for the average person in my country to make a living today than it was in 1980.

that's right
that's wrong

It is considerably harder for the average person in my country to make a living today than it was in 1950.

that's right
that's wrong

In a just society, to reach my standard of living, people:

should not have to work as hard
should have to work this hard
should have to work harder

What is the MOST IMPORTANT factor you believe should be used to determine pay and salaries?

how hard a worker works
a worker's seniority
what the worker's family needs
what foreign currency markets do
what the worker's boss thinks is best
negotiation between worker and hirer

If governments shrank to just half their current size, then making a living would be:

easier
harder
about the same
unsure

If the population in my country goes up, then making a living would be:

easier
harder
about the same
unsure

If the average price of land in my country goes up, then making a living would be:

easier
harder
about the same
unsure

During the last five years, housing prices have fallen in most developed nations. Does this have an impact on making a living?

yes, that makes it easier
yes, that makes it harder
little or no impact
unsure



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