A revealing poll shows the majority of Americans do not want companies to take a stand on controversial political and social issues in society.
Roughly 60% of Americans think companies should not take a public stance on current events.
This is up from 52% last year. (Trending: Illegal Immigrant Deported 9 Times Commits Heinous Crime
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A poll from Gallup and Bentley University found that only 37% of Americans think businesses should take a public stance on LGBTQ+ issues, 45% on racial issues, 39% on gun laws, 34% on immigration policy and 27% on international conflicts.
In comparison, slightly more Americans supported companies taking a stand on global warming (55%), mental health (52%), free speech (49%) and healthcare (48%).
The least popular areas include abortion (26%), political candidates (19%) and religion (15%). (Trending: As Fauci’s Net Worth Surpasses $11 Million, Americans Take A Closer Look At His Disturbing Lies)
Popular billionaire “Shark Tank” star Mark Cuban has argued that companies embracing “woke” ideology is just “good business.”
‘Get Woke, Go Broke’? Promoting Causes Doesn’t Help Business
What matters most in business? Quality, say Americans, who don’t care much for companies promoting political causes.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) January 24, 2023
Americans recently witness the severe backlash against brands like Bud Light and Target which promoted far-left transgenderism.
This cost the companies massive losses worth billions.