Raise Up VT - Community Survey
Raise Up VT is Rights & Democracy's (RAD's) economic justice campaign. This year, RAD is in the Vermont State House and in your community, organizing folks who want to help us win a $15/hour minimum wage in Vermont, a statewide Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program (similar to Unemployment Insurance or Social Security), and increased public enforcement capacity for corporate abuse of consumers, workers, and vulnerable adults.

Please fill out this survey to the best of your ability to help us understand your values and concerns about economic justice in your community.

If you have any questions, please contact whoever sent the survey to you!

Email address *
Name *
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Phone: *
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Street Address: *
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Town: *
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State: *
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Zip Code:
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Have you been personally affected by poverty? *
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How much has poverty impacted your own community? *
How do you see poverty negatively affecting the community? *
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Do you think the minimum wage should be a livable wage? *
(Livable wage definition: allows an individual to afford adequate shelter, food and the other necessities. A living wage should be substantial enough to ensure that no more than 30% of your budget is spent on housing.)
Do you think our local economy would be stronger if everyone was paid a livable wage? *
Do you think poverty wages affect local businesses? *
If you have children, were you able to take paid time off of work when they were born? *
Have you had to take time off to care for a family member or because of illness or injury? *
If yes for the last question, how did that affect you or your livelihood?
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Have you ever experienced discrimination (for example: sexual harassment, racial prejudice) in the workplace? *
If yes for the last question, how did that affect you or your livelihood?
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When you got your job, did you have to sign a contract? *
If yes for the last question, did you know that a lot of employment contracts say that you can’t sue your employer if they harass you or violate other labor laws and that, instead, you’d have to handle disputes like this in secret, with a lawyer hired by your employer?
What other issues are important for everyone in your community to be able to thrive?
(Short list)
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Would you be interested in sitting down with a RAD member or organizer to talk about ways you can help create change?
Last, what do you want to change in your community?
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