Nearly 80% of voters want corporate America out of politics


Nearly 80% of voters want corporate America out of politics, a new poll finds.

The Trafalgar Group/Convention of States Action poll asked voters whether they would be “more or less willing to do business with a company that remains politically neutral and tolerates input from employees and customers at all levels.” he asked. “

More than 78% of voters said they would be more likely to do business with companies that stay out of politics and progressive cultural fashion, including 60% of voters who said they were “much more likely.”

Graphics via Trafalgar Group/Convention of States Action

Only about 10% of voters said they would be inclined to work with companies that interfere in political affairs, and 11% said they were not sure.

Andrew Krapuchuttes, CEO of RedBalloon, a company that connects employers with job seekers, told Breitbart News that the survey is further evidence that Americans are against companies expressing their political views to consumers.

“Hollywood used to be a major promoter of left-wing ideology in America,” Krapuchuttes said in an exclusive statement.

“However, the front lines of the culture war have moved forward in the workplace, and many companies see themselves as the vanguard of the left and must instill values ​​in their employees and customers, even if most Americans disagree,” Krapuchuttes continued.

Across the political spectrum, the vast majority of voters support keeping corporations out of politics. For example, nearly 77% of Democrats, 82% of Republicans and 77% of likely voters said they would prefer to work with companies that remain neutral on political issues.

And only about 10% of Democrats, Republicans, and voters want corporations to get more involved in politics.

Recently, corporate awareness has come against some of the biggest corporations in the country.

For example, Disney lost nearly 2.4 million subscribers to its Disney+ streaming service in the fourth quarter of 2022 after promoting left-wing political causes, including transgender people.

The survey covered more than 1,000 potential voters from February 2 to February 5. Margin of error +/- 2.9%, confidence level 95%.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at Follow him on Twitter Here.

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