Sending Shock Waves Through Boardrooms

Our poll of conservative voters regarding the companies supporting President Obama’s progressive political agenda yielded fantastic results. We partnered with FreedomWorks to conduct the poll.

The favorability of General Electric and Johnson & Johnson experienced a dramatic decline after the respondents were informed of the role these companies played in advancing the president’s policies such as cap-and-trade and ObamaCare.

Bringing public pressure and demonstrating a business risk for companies promoting Obama’s agenda is the best way to sever the big business Obama alliance.
Some highlights:
• Favorability of General Electric fell from 51% to 20%.
• Favorability of Johnson & Johnson plunged over a staggering 50 points – from 69% to 16%.
• Sixty percent of conservative voters said they are less likely to buy products from companies that have lobbied in favor of Obama’s legislative agenda.
The results from Tea Party activists were even more extreme:
• Eighty-one percent of conservative voters active in the Tea Party are less likely to buy products from companies that have actively lobbied in favor of Obama’s legislative agenda.
Importantly, we had great media coverage with the poll:
• The U.S. News & World Report story was picked up by the Drudge Report: Read the story
• The Daily Caller wrote about the poll: Read the story
• My wife Deneen was interviewed on Fox News:

Watch the video

Read our Press Release

Sincerely,

Tom Borelli, Ph.D., Director
The Free Enterprise Project

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