The Most Popular Economic Issues of 2020
See where voters are polling on the most popular Economic issues of 2020.
Should employers be required to pay men and women the same salary for the same job?
Paid Sick Leave
Should businesses be required to provide paid leave for full-time employees during the birth of a child or sick family member?
Should the government make cuts to public spending in order to reduce the national debt?
Should the U.S. raise or lower the tax rate for corporations?
Should the government use economic stimulus to aid the country during times of recession?
Should there be fewer or more restrictions on current welfare benefits?
Free Tax Filing
Should the IRS create a free electronic tax filing system?
Corporate Mega Mergers
Should the government prevent “mega mergers” of corporations that could potentially control a large percentage of market share within its industry?
Capital Gains Tax
Should the government increase the tax rate on profits earned from the sale of stocks, bonds, and real estate?
Should the U.S. increase tariffs on imported products from China?
Should the Federal Reserve Bank be audited by Congress?
Should the U.S. continue to participate in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?
Should the government require businesses to pay salaried employees, making up to $46k/year, time-and-a-half for overtime hours?
Should the government break up Amazon, Facebook and Google?
Should the President offer tax breaks to individual companies to keep jobs in the U.S.?
Should the government acquire equity stakes in companies it bails out during a recession?
Should the government add or increase tariffs on products imported into the country?
Should U.S. citizens be allowed to save or invest their money in offshore bank accounts?
Should pension payments be increased for retired government workers?
Would you favor an increased sales tax in order to reduce property taxes?
Do you support the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?
Should pension plans for federal, state, and local government workers be transitioned into privately managed accounts?