SURVEY: When it comes to politics at work, mum's the word

November 5, 2012
By Eric B. Meyer on November 5, 2012 7:00 AM | | Comments

Monty Brewster may be telling your co-workers to vote "None of the Above", but, chances are, you have no clue who they are voting for tomorrow in the Presidential election.

According to this CareerBuilder.com survey released today, although four out of five employees intend to vote on Tuesday, only one-third share their political affiliation at work. That number drops to one in five Gen-Y employees.

Nearly three in ten employees said they feel like they need to keep their affiliation secret around the office. Indeed, for every 100 employees, only 2 will display U.S. Presidential campaign items or decorations on display in their office. I refuse to hang out with either of them.

Who will I be voting for tomorrow? I'm going to vote early and often for