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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 @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…1yr1Y

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

 @9LQ8G24answered…2hrs2H

Yes, and 18-21 year olds should be the same as everyone else as we don’t live with our parents but employers assume we do and think we don’t have rent and bills

 @9LMN6TLanswered…4 days4D

Yes, but only if they’re going to increase the personal allowance to match. You shouldn’t be punishing the bottom earners of the country for something mandated by the government.

 @9LLSSW2answered…5 days5D

Yes, it should be increased. Also, the government should significantly raise the threshold at which workers pay tax.

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