71% of Democratic voters and 56% of Independent voters support universal basic income, while only 34% of Republicans (a 7% percentage point increase from eight months prior).
69% of voters aged 18 - 49 support universal basic income, while only 34% of voters aged 65 and older are in favor.
55% of registered voters support universal basic income, while 45% are opposed.
In 2016, the popularity of codetermination among the German people rose to an all time high.
Only 5% of Swedish corporate directors reported codetermination had a negative impact on company activities.
A report by the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs of the House of Representatives listed land value taxation as a key policy recommendation.
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Thomas Z. Lys
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Land Value Tax