Via the Daily Caller:
A new report from South Carolina Republican Sen. Jim DeMint’s office shows that right-to-work states, or states which prohibit forced unionization and dues payments, are economically outperforming states without the worker protection.Oh, the irony. As the Democrats continue to pander to unions in order to get more votes, they're actually losing seats in congress as a result.
According to DeMint’s study, right-to-work states enjoy more new residents, more new businesses, more new jobs, and faster income growth.
The study shows that more Americans are moving to right-to-work states, causing states that force unionization to lose seats in Congress.
From 2000-2010, forced-union states lost 9 seats while right-to-work states gained 9. The increase in population and new businesses (right-to-work states had 46 percent more private business growth) has also resulted in a greater increase in employment and income in right-to-work states.
HERE is a link to DeMint's report.
Read it all.