89% of the fast-food workers who responded to a recent U.S. survey said they “have been forced to do off-the-books work, been denied breaks, or been refused overtime pay.” The survey was conducted by Hart Research for the Low Pay Is Not OK campaign, as part of an effort to raise minimum wage for fast-food workers. The survey was conducted online from Feb 15-March 19. The 1,088 respondents were recruited with ads placed on Facebook.
Hart Research was established by Peter D. Hart, who has been characterized by The National Journal as “probably the foremost Washington pollster for the Democratic Party and its centrist candidates, who plays a key role in identifying and shaping national trends and political messages.”
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