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Here Are 7 ‘Left Wing’ Ideas (Almost) All Americans Can Get Behind

Data For Progress’s past year of polling on the “new progressive agenda” suggests the popularity of any given policy has little to do with its ideological “extremity,” as measured by conventional definitions of left and right. […] Data For Progress’s survey on worker codetermination — and recent polling from YouGov and the Democracy Collaborative on worker wealth funds — indicates that there is broad, bipartisan support for helping American workers seize (a bit more control over) the means of production.

Publication date: 2019-08-29
Parent publication: New York Magazine
Publication URL: http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/08/poll-marijuana-legalization-data-for-progress-radical-ideas-popular-aoc.html

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