Many U.S. citizens wouldn't hesitate to cross picket lines and swipe a union job despite being split in their opinions of protesting union workers in Wisconsin.
When asked if they would cross a picket line for a "dream" job, 68% of 392 respondents said "yes" in the FINS.com online question forum Sign or Decline.
Roughly 12% of U.S. workers are in a union, according to the federal Labor Department. In the early 1980s, that share was much higher, about 20%. Many Americans may not even know that many unionized employees any longer.
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