Weekly use of politically relevant skills, by worker labor market power: Share of respondents who report weekly use of political skill, by type of skill and level of labor marker power

Percent of respondents More power (“very easy to find job”) Less power (“very difficult to find job”)
Working closely with others on a team 61% 58%
Public speaking 25% 11%
Organizing and running meetings 23% 14%
Convincing others of an argument 23% 16%
Managing a team 32% 21%
Delegating tasks or activities to others 36% 26%
Fundraising or asking people for money 16% 2%

Source: 2019 Workplace Political Participation Study. Worker labor market power subgroup sample sizes: very easy, 179; very difficult, 135.

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