Nearly two-thirds of New Hampshire residents support Governor Sununu's decision to end additional unemployment benefits and one-third believe it will do a lot to ease the labor shortage in the state. More than four in ten working Granite Staters have seen their pay increase at work over the past year, but six in ten say their responsibilities have increased and one-third have seen their hours increase. Nearly a quarter of working state residents are likely to look for a new job in the next year but less than half are confident they would be able to find a new job close to affordable housing or one with the pay they feel they deserve.
Granite State Poll
UNH Survey Center, "Most in NH Support Ending Additional Unemployment Payments; Pay Rises, But So Do Work Responsibilities 6/28/2021" (2021). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 660.