New York Post Article Rating

I saw what welfare did to my family -- we need common sense work...

Apr 08, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    60% Very Conservative

  • Reliability

    25% ReliablePoor

  • Policy Leaning

    74% Very Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    19% Positive

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13% Positive

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

63% : I got into public service volunteering at the local Alderman's office at 14 and my first job working part-time for the Social Security Administration by 16 .
56% : They see government assistance as a temporary measure to help get through a rough patch and get back on their feet.
52% : The government should, instead, provide more incentives for real-world training and education to recipients about a life beyond government dependence.
46% : Many will point to institutional racism or generations of poverty that have made it tougher for many -- particularly blacks in our inner cities -- to succeed.
45% : He understood -- as do I from firsthand experiences -- that those trapped within government assistance will eventually devalue their own lives.
44% : Poverty and government dependence don't just affect your bank account.
43% : In many cases, those who get on government assistance, too often get comfortable, and figure out how to manipulate the system as much as possible so they can continue on that same pathway going forward.
38% : In my experience, there are two kinds of people who receive government assistance.
36% : Welfare should exist only for a certain period of time, unless you're totally disabled and can't physically work.
34% : I believe reforms to welfare should be approached with the same bipartisan spirit that Speaker Newt Gingrich and President Bill Clinton had during the 1996 Welfare Reform Act -- a bipartisan compromise and overhaul -- that significantly changed our nation's welfare system to require work in exchange for time-limited assistance and supports.

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