Poll: most Americans prefer businesses to stay politically neutral | Eastern North Carolina Now

Bearing out the saying "Get woke, go broke", a new poll by the respected Trafalgar Group has found that Americans overwhelmingly want businesses to stay out of politics and prefer dealing with businesses which toletate a wide range of viewpoints by employees and customers.  Political messages from corporations are a turn off to customers.

The poll found that 78.5% of Americans are more likely to do business with a company that stayed politically neutral, and 58.9% said they were "much more likely to do business with such companies.  Only 10.1% said they were less likely to do business with a company that stayed politically neutral and 6.5% much less likely.


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Big Bob said:
( February 18th, 2023 @ 9:41 am )
Um....unsubstantiated, you use this word but I don't think it means what you think it mean.
( February 17th, 2023 @ 10:04 am )
These days, those terms are utilized as little more than the unsubstantiated rhetoric of the extreme left. If a business panders to left wing rhetoric, then they are being political. Just like tanking Disney. Get woke, go broke.
Big Bob said:
( February 17th, 2023 @ 9:40 am )
But not racist or homophobic.

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