The poll results will address:
• How do people of different backgrounds, ages and incomes cope with concerns about their personal economic security?
• Who is at greatest economic risk and do others care?
• What specific policy issues are important to people across the country in building economic security over the lifespan?
• When talking about economic security, what messages work? Which ones don’t work?
• Can we find a common message that bridges generations and policies?
During a five-city tour, which kicks off in Chicago on September 20, WOW will engage advocates and service providers in an interactive conversation on how to use common language to unite organizations and bridge generations. WOW will offer poll-tested messaging and research on what language resonates best when making the case to build economic security for American families through policy and program change. Join forces with WOW, Woodstock Institute, and fellow allies by attending the Chicago regional meeting.