Fully 49 percent support raising the minimum wage, compared with 38 percent who oppose an increase. A surprising 44 percent of them support raising taxes "on the top income earners," versus 41 percent who oppose.
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And when it comes to other solutions, 69 percent say they support charities focused on poverty and hunger in the U.S., while 64 percent said they support scholarship and other educational opportunities for low-income children.
"These findings show the wealthy realize that our society is better when everyone is in the game and earning—and that economic inequality can have negative consequences," said Thomas P. Melcher, executive vice president and head of Hawthorn, PNC's family office.
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Indeed, the survey seems to contradict the popular narrative these days that the rich have become a self-interested oligarchy with Washington in its pocket. The survey found that 31 percent of millionaires have given to a political party, and only about 10 percent give $1,000 or more.