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@962868D from Massachusetts answered…1 day

@95ZZZZV from Texas answered…2 days

@95ZZ6GT from Arizona answered…2 days

@95ZVBHH from Michigan answered…2 days

It should be up to the business and the state, not through the government's mandate.

@95ZHHS4 from California answered…2 days

I think the amount of days that we work are not the problem it's the way they set the work week, working 5 days then taking 2 days off.

@95ZH4GP from Alabama answered…2 days

@95YT4CN from North Carolina answered…3 days

They should change the days that are workweeks into Wednesday and Saturday

@95YSDQD from Virginia answered…3 days

Yes, but not via government mandate and 5 day options should still exist with the same number of hours per week as the 4 day shift.

@95YHSH8 from California answered…3 days

@6QRJ6J3from Pennsylvania  answered…3 days

This should be the decision of the individual companies and/or employees.

@95VH68PSocialist from Texas answered…6 days

No keep the 5 day work week but have Saturday day as a work day and Wednesday as a rest day

@95S2T4D from California answered…1wk

No, the current Capitalist marketplace would further harm low-income families and force people to work multiple jobs.

@95R42KZfrom Maine  answered…1wk

Yes, but it should be a slow transition and a work day should be 30 Minites longer.

@95RMM32 from California answered…1wk

Need better compensation. The ability to work a four day week should be met with similar pay while the 5 day work week deserves more pay for many positions.

@95RFF49 from Minnesota answered…1wk

Yes. Technological advancement was done in the name of reducing time at work and increasing time for leisure and enjoyment. We have not kept that promise to ourselves. We shouldn't be required to hustle just to live.

@95R64P5Women’s Equality from Oregon answered…1wk

@95Q8CCZ from North Carolina answered…1wk

@95P8ZRC from Wisconsin answered…1wk

No, but the work week should be brought down from a 40 hour week.

@95PQJ5Z from North Carolina answered…1wk

@95NV3D8 from Illinois answered…1wk

@notme from California answered…1wk

@95LFHCYProgressive from California answered…2wks

@95L6567 from Texas answered…2wks

@8NY3S7WIndependent from North Carolina answered…2wks

@95KSB4P from Ohio answered…2wks

Yes, but only a 32 hour work week. 4, ten hour shifts are no better than 8, five hour shifts.

@95KSD5P from Louisiana answered…2wks

@95JQLVR from Kentucky answered…2wks

The government should not interfere with a business on this matter. Businesses can use flexible hours as a job incentive.

@95J3FX2 from Utah answered…2wks

No, The federal government should have no say on what hours a private entity expects

@95GJB3MLibertarian from Massachusetts answered…2wks

No, Work Weeks are up to the individual and company they work with or for.

@95DS36CPeace and Freedom from Georgia answered…2wks

This does sound good, but if it interrupts our weekly schedule, then it probably isn't the best idea.

 @JonBSimConstitutionfrom Kentucky  answered…3wks


6 days to work and 1 day to rest.

We only need 1 day off.

We should work Saturday and take Wed/Thursday off mid-week.

@95BW9S5 from Texas answered…3wks

Option should become more widely available, but not necessarily the norm for all occupations.

@95BMXL6 from North Carolina answered…3wks

Leave it up to the businesses, but I do think a four day work week can be incredibly beneficial.


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