81%
Yes
18%
No
68%
Yes
14%
No
7%
Yes, and adjust it every year according to inflation
2%
No, this will only cause prices to increase in a never ending cycle
5%
Yes, and make it a living wage
1%
No, most minimum wage jobs are meant to develop experience, not support a family
0%
No, and eliminate all wage standards

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 @9LK7238answered…2mos2MO

Yes and adjust it to inflation but ensure other wages for jobs with more academic requirements and also raised

 @93K65S5answered…2yrs2Y

It should be enough so people can afford their bills and petrol, the rise of cost for everything but minimum wage only goes up a little every year and it also should not be different for age groups as they are doing the same job as someone else but paid less is not fair

 @97K667Manswered…2yrs2Y

No and abolish minimum wage but companies should be competitive with wages.

 @9NWWC7Hanswered…6 days6D

Yes. But far better, introduce a national Universal Basic Income and give people dignity under capitalism

 @9NWCM8Fanswered…7 days7D

Minimum/living wage is good but in many cases can not be afforded by those who have to pay it, resulting in fewer staff making it for the remaing staff members

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