Over the last few months, over 500 people completed an online disability issues survey organized by #CripTheVote, a nonpartisan effort to bring disability issues into the 2016 U.S. election, while encouraging people with disabilities vote and engage with politics. Yesterday, we posted a series of tweets on the survey results. Those tweets are collected and displayed below.
It is easy for candidates to offer vague rhetorical “support” for disabled people and their families. But there are real, concrete things we need ... actual steps that would make our lives better. I and my #CripTheVote partners, Alice Wong, Gregg Beratan, hope these survey results will spur further discussion, and maybe help candidate focus on more specific, actionable disability policy ideas.
I think maybe this is the most important tweet in the whole run:
You can also see the results in charts by clicking here.