Category: Prevailing Wage

Poll shows 60% of Wisconsinites support prevailing wage.

Respected conservative pollster, Gene Ulm, released the results of a recent poll. The poll found that an overwhelming 60% of Wisconsin voters support the law, and even a majority of republican voters, 52%, support prevailing wage. Click here to read our press release about this poll and learn more about public support for Prevailing Wage.  Click… Read more »

The research continues to prove: Repealing Prevailing Wage is Bad for the Economy (New Study)

This Week, WIIN sent out a Press Release concerning new research that objectively outlines the negative impacts that repealing Prevailing Wage would have on our state economy. The study objectively illustrates that with repeal, our state will suffer 1. The potential loss of 9,000 jobs, 2. $1.2 billion in economic output 3. $77 million in… Read more »

Prevailing Wage – Something to Think About

 HARDEST JOBS TO FILL For the sixth consecutive year, business leaders said the positions they struggle most to fill are those in the SKILLED TRADES, according to ManpowerGroup’s 2015 Talent Shortage Survey. Filling these positions is their Number 1 concern. WISCONSIN’S CONSTRUCTION FUTURE 96% of all training investment in Wisconsin’s current and future construction industry… Read more »

Poll Finds Little Support for Change in Right-to-Work and Prevailing Wage

Noted Republican Pollster Shares Data from Recent Statewide Poll Enclosed is a memorandum from Public Opinion Strategies – a nationally-recognized polling firm with a distinguished list of Republican clients at both the national and state level – summarizing their survey of 600 likely voters in Wisconsin that was conducted from January 18 to January 20,… Read more »