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%|
|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%|
View the underlying data on epi.org.
Source: 2019 Workplace Political Participation Study. Worker labor market power subgroup sample sizes: very easy, 179; very difficult, 135.