The National News reports:

For many years, labor unions paved the road to middle-class living for many American families, and a new survey finds that minorities still hold in high esteem the institutions that helped to raise minimum wage and obtain overtime pay for blue-collar workers.

Apollo Group/National Journal Next America polling shows that 73 percent of African-Americans regard unions either “very favorably” or “mostly favorably,” followed by 54 percent of Latinos and 47 percent of whites.

For more see: