Thirty-six percent sympathize with the United Auto Workers’ strike against Detroit’s three automakers and only 9% side with the automakers. A majority supports the union’s demand for higher wages.
A majority have heard at least a little about the Hollywood strikes and 55% side with the writers and actors over the studios
Most adults oppose cutting entitlement benefits and support tax increases for the wealthiest Americans.
Mothers are more likely than fathers to say they do more around the house than their partner, and women are more likely to say having a child is an obstacle for job security.
Most American workers say they are experiencing more stress because of COVID-19, but think their employers are responding appropriately to the pandemic.