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Thirty-seven percent of American adults are less likely to purchase Coca-Cola products after the company publicly condemned Georgia’s election integrity law.

According to a new Rasmussen Reports phone and online survey, 25 percent are more likely to buy Coke while 30 percent say it doesn’t make a difference.


A majority of Republicans, 52 percent, said they’re less likely to purchase Coke. Shockingly, 24 percent of Democrats agreed. Thirty-eight percent of unaffiliated voters also said they were less likely to buy Coke.

Sixty-two percent of Americans oppose corporations becoming involved in political controversies.

While 52 percent of Americans said they’ve never participated in a boycott against a company, 41 percent said they have. Out of those who are less likely to buy Coke, 46 percent said they have never participated in a political boycott.

Author: Jacob Hall


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