The report was based on data from a survey of 500 people in the United States who work full time. Respondents spanned a wide range of ages and political beliefs.
Some 45% of respondents age 18-34 say companies should not clarify how employees can express political opinions while at work; that compares with 36% of respondents age 35-54 who say the same, and 38% of employees age 55 and older who say so.
Some 36% of respondents age 18-34 say it is important to work for a company that shares their political views, compared with 20% of employees age 35 and older who say so:
Some 36% of respondents say their company has a political expression policy in place:
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 500 people in the United States who work full time. Respondents spanned a wide range of ages and political beliefs.
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