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A new Lake Research Partners survey among 400 Rising American Electorate (RAE) drop-off women voters in select Georgia State House Districts1 finds there is strong support for women’s economic justice issues. They are strongly supportive of equal pay (90% very important), which is really more of a core value than a policy area to these voters, as an issue for the next state legislature to address. In fact, equal pay rivals health care (93% very important) and education (94% very important) in intensity of importance to voters as issues for the legislature to take up in the next session. Minimum wage, affordable child care, work and family issues, and paid sick days are also very important to about three-quarters of voters.