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Q.1
What percentage of the cost of heathcare and pension premiums do you think employees SHOULD contribute, on average?

Q.2
What percentage of the cost of their health insurance premiums do you believe workers in the private sector contribute, on average?

Q.3
What percentage of health care premiums do you believe state and local government workers in Wisconsin were contributing before Walker’s reforms?

Q.4
What percentage of wages do you believe state and local government workers in Wisconsin actually contribute to their health care costs after the Walker reforms?

Q.5
Are Wisconsin state and local government workers making sacrifices by accepting lower compensation and benefits in exchange for greater job security?

Q.6
Do Wisconsin state and local government workers have a choice about whether their union dues are automatically withheld from their paychecks?

Q.7
Among the states of Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, and Minnesota, which state’s taxpayers pay the largest share of their government workers’ health care costs?

Q.8
Is it true or false that Wisconsin state and local government workers get better pay, better benefits, and better job security than their counterparts in the private sector?

Q.9
Is it true or false that while workers across the nation averaged paying 30 percent of their health care benefits, state and local government workers in Wisconsin before the Walker reforms paid about 6 percent?

Q.10
Is it true or false that after the Walker reforms, Wisconsin state and local government workers still contribute just 12.6 percent toward their health care benefits?

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