Nearly a third of voters in preliminary exit poll results say they're from union households, up from 26 percent two years ago. And slightly more than half say they have a favorable impression of public employee unions; restrictions on such unions that were backed by Walker led to the recall. But voters in these preliminary results divide almost exactly evenly on Walker's handling of those unions, with high levels of strong sentiment on both sides.By November, unionized campaigners (wildcats / renegades) will make the case that Zero's demolition of the US economy resulted in voter backlash against the DNC's sweetheart unions in the public sector.
I sh-t you not.
That same section caught my eye as well. What they’re saying is that within union households union support is about 50-55%. Given that union membership in AFSCME has fallen by more than half tells you something. The spin is absurd.