At least 64 percent of Americans are “less likely to support” big businesses such as Major League Baseball that take a public stand on political issues like the new Georgia election reforms law, a new poll from The Daily Wire found.
In the interview survey of 1,026 Americans, the number rises to 70 percent when respondents were asked if they agree that “corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.”
These revelations come as multiple corporations including MLB, Coca-Cola, and Delta Air Lines released statements condemning the new law and threatened to boycott the state if changes were not made.
Following the MLB’s decision to relocate the All-Star Game to Colorado in protest of Georgia’s new election law, 79 percent of respondents who already viewed the MLB unfavorably view the organization less favorably. Of these respondents, 43 percent were Republican, 19 percent were Democrat, and 30 percent were independent. Those who say the MLB is unfavorable also