Poll: Nearly 70% Now Less Likely to Do Business With Disney

Respondents object to company’s LGBTQ agenda for children

Poll: Nearly 70% Now Less Likely to Do Business With Disney

Respondents object to company’s LGBTQ agenda for children

A nationwide survey of likely 2022 election voters found that because of recent revelations that Disney is focused on exposing young children to sexual ideas, 68.2 percent are now less likely to do business with the company.

Recently leaked videos of a Disney staff meeting revealed that company executives, including Karey Burke, president of Disney’s General Entertainment Content, have been purposefully pushing an LGBTQ agenda in children’s animation.

The survey found that 48.4% of Democrats, 72.5% of Independents and 85.3% of Republicans say Disney’s sexual agenda makes them less likely to do business with Disney. Majorities of all three political affiliations say they are likely to support family-friendly alternatives to Disney.

“These numbers reveal clearly that 2022’s parent’s revolt movement is growing stronger every day,” said Mark Meckler, president of Convention of States Action. “Parents are infuriated by the widespread leftist assault on their kids. Disney is about to learn that attempting to ideologically and sexually groom our children is a recipe for brand destruction, costing the company massively in both customers and revenue.”

After the Disney executives’ agenda surfaced, Franklin Graham commented on Facebook: “I certainly hope parents wake up to what Disney is trying to do and protect their children and grandchildren from the lies this once-great company is now so willing to promote.”

Convention of States Action is a grassroots network whose mission is “to restore a culture of self-governance in America and to curtail federal overreach,” according to its website.

The survey of 1,079 respondents, conducted this month by The Trafalgar Group for Convention of States Action, had a margin of error or 2.99% and a confidence rate of 95%. Margin of error refers to how close one can expect the survey results to compare to a survey of every individual in the target population instead of just a random sample. The confidence rate of 95% means that if the same survey were to be completed 100 times, the results should fall within 2.99% of what the entire population would say 95 of those times.

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