Tuesday, October 1, 2019

American respondents with more education also showed greater levels of support for UBI than those with less education

Most Americans do not favor the guaranteed-cash proposal touted by 2020 presidential contender Andrew Yang, but other countries see universal basic income differently. Some 77% U.K. residents and 75% of Canadian residents back the idea of a universal basic income (UBI) to help workers who lose their jobs due to artificial-intelligence advancements, according to surveys published by Gallup and Northeastern University. Read More