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Three-quarters of employees surveyed at Disney's Anaheim resort say they can't afford basic living expenses

LOS ANGELES - Only weeks after Walt Disney Co. reported better-than-expected profit, a survey at the company's Anaheim theme parks found that 73 percent of employees questioned don't earn enough to pay for such expenses as rent, food and gas.

The online survey, funded by labor groups pushing for higher wages for workers at Disneyland and California

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