Minimum Wage Poll Finds Two-Thirds Backing $12.50 Wage
D.C. Working Families members rally outside the Wilson Building last week.
Photo by Will Sommer
74 percent of the 606 D.C. residents in a Public Policy Polling survey conducted between Oct. 18 and Oct. 20 said they would vote for a ballot initiative that imposed a $12.50 minimum that was tied to the cost of living and included an $8.75 tipped wage. The polling data was provided to LL by labor coalition D.C. Working Families.
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