The survey of about 750 adults by The Marline Company found that 38% of U.S. workers feel that presidential candidates are not addressing workplace issues, including health care, retirement and pay. Another 23% of U.S. workers said they weren ‘ t sure whether the candidates were adequately addressing these topics or not.
Younger workers reported being more likely to fit into their company’s political culture than older workers, with 76% of employees ages 18-34 saying they felt comfortable talking about their political views and 64% of those over age 50 saying they felt comfortable.
Those ages 18 to 34 were more likely (33%) to say they have managers who made it clear which political candidates they preferred, compared to 16% of those age 50 or older.
Men were more likely than women to say they felt comfortable talking about politics at the workplace, with 75% indicating so, compared to 64% of women.
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