Why would “woke capital” have any reason to fear antagonizing the GOP when the last time GOP controlled every branch of government all they did was obsessively prioritize cutting corporate tax rates, along with some occasional Culture War pandering that never amounted to anything— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) April 6, 2021
We love our polls.
We have the upper hand on a lot of key issues now.
“According to the poll results, MLB’s political activism is alienating fans. 64% of Americans — including a majority of MLB fans, Delta Air Line customers, and Coca-Cola consumers — told the researchers they are less likely to support companies and organizations that insert themselves into political issues and debates.
70% of all respondents agree with the statement: “Corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.” …
Another interesting finding of the poll is that, despite an avalanche of negative media coverage, key provisions of Georgia’s new election law are actually popular. 78% of respondents, including a majority of Democrats, MLB fans, non-white Americans, and all age groups, support the law’s ID requirement for absentee voting. 63% of respondents, including a majority of non-whites, and 48% of Democrats, support Georgia’s law restrictions on the handing out of gifts, including refreshments, to voters near polling stations and voting lines. Meanwhile, 67% of respondents, including a majority of Democrats and non-whites, support Georgia’s new policies regulating ballot drop boxes. …”
I’ve yet to see a poll which shows that political correctness, wokeness or cancel culture is popular. Quite the opposite. It is the most potent of all the culture war issues.
We also have another immigration poll.
We have the upper hand now on immigration and political correctness. We also have the upper hand on crime, trans, censorship and civil liberties.
Note: If it were up to people like us instead of Conservatism, Inc., we would have the winning hand on foreign policy and economic issues as well.