Americans are getting fed up with businesses pushing LGBTQ Pride propaganda, according to multiple polls.
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THE FOLLOWING IS FROM THE CONVENTION OF STATES:
(Austin, TX—June 26, 2023) Convention of States Action, in partnership with The Trafalgar Group—one of America’s most accurate pollsters—is releasing the results of a new national survey. Results were from surveys conducted June 5th through June 9th of over 1,000 likely general election voters.
“No month better epitomizes the lengths that companies will go to in order to kiss the ring of the progressive left than pride month in June,” said Mark Meckler, President of the Convention of States. “But as we saw with Bud Light and Target, Americans are fed up. And not only is a large majority ready to boycott a company, more Americans are likely to boycott a company embracing the “Woke” left vs. a company embracing conservative values. Every corporate board room should be very alarmed at these poll results. While the Wall Street Woke seem to be hell bent on pushing business to the radical left, American voters simply want businesses to provide products and services and not be a megaphone for political activism—especially radical activism from the left.”
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KEY INSIGHT: 62 Percent of Voters Say That After the Backlash Against Bud Light and Target, Businesses Should Stay Neutral on Cultural Issues During Pride Month:
- 61.9 percent of voters believe that—in light of public backlash against Bud Light and Target—companies should seek to be neutral on cultural issues.
- 23.9 percent of voters believe that—in light of public backlash against Bud Light and Target—companies should continue to promote political themes.
- 14.1 percent say neither.
KEY INSIGHT: 65 Percent of Voters Say They Have Boycotted a Company Because of its Cultural or Political Stance. Businesses More Likely to be Boycotted for Promoting “Woke” Than Those Promoting Conservative Values:
- 65.3 percent of voters say they have boycotted a company that took a public stance on a political or cultural issue they disagreed with:
- 40.8 percent have boycotted a company for taking progressive or “woke” public stances.
- 24.5 percent have boycotted a company for taking conservative or “MAGA” public stances.
- 34.7 percent of voters say they do not participate in boycotts.
THE FOLLOWING IS FROM SUMMIT MINISTRIES:
(Manitou Springs, CO—June 26, 2023) Summit.org, in partnership with McLaughlin and Associates—one of America’s most respected polling survey firms—is releasing the results of a recent national survey. Results were from a survey of 1,000 likely general election voters nationwide and was conducted June 15th through June 19th.
“Bud Light, Target, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have found out the hard way that huge numbers of their customers don’t support what they consider to be ‘woke’ values,” said Dr. Jeff Myers, President of Summit.org. “This poll shows how big the issue is: nearly three/fourths of Americans say they don’t like it when businesses weigh in on controversial issues, and more than half support boycotts of companies that take political or cultural stands. CEOs and companies have a choice to make: continue virtue signaling to the progressive left minority and in turn alienate most Americans, or return to doing what companies do best—staying in their lane and providing products and services their customers want.”
All interviews were conducted online; survey invitations were distributed randomly within predetermined geographic units. These units were structured to correlate with actual voter turnout in the general election. This poll of 1,000 general election voters has an accuracy of +/- 3.1% at a 95% confidence interval.
KEY INSIGHT: 73 Percent of American Voters With an Opinion on the Issue Say They Prefer Businesses That Stay Neutral on Political and Cultural Issues:
- 73 percent of voters with an opinion on the issue say they would prefer to shop at a business that stays neutral on political and cultural issues.
- 27 percent of voters with an opinion on the issue say they would prefer to shop at a business that takes public stands on political and cultural issues.
KEY INSIGHT: Voters With an Opinion on the Issue are More Likely Than Not to Support Boycotts Against Companies That Take a Political or Cultural Stand:
- 52 percent of voters with an opinion on the issue say they support efforts to boycott businesses that take public stands on political and cultural issues.
- 48 percent of voters with an opinion on the issue say they do not support efforts to boycott businesses that take public stands on political and cultural issues.