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Over 1 In 3 Americans Rejecting Coca-Cola After Georgia Voter Integrity Interference.
Quote:Over one third of Americans say they are less likely to drink Coca-Cola following the company’s interference in the debate surrounding voter integrity laws passed in the state of Georgia.

Rasmussen conducted the poll between April 15 and 18, 2021.

Respondents were asked several questions, including, “Is it a good idea or a bad idea for corporations to become involved in political controversies?”

Overall, 62 percent of respondents said that it was a “bad idea,” with only 20 percent saying it was a “good idea,” and 17 percent saying they were “Not sure.”

When asked if they had ever boycotted a company over “political issues,” 52 percent of those polled said “No,” while 41 percent replied “Yes.”

The third and last question on the survey asked: “After the Georgia legislature enacted a new election law requiring voter ID, Coca-Cola was one of the companies that publicly condemned the law. Does that make you more or less likely to purchase Coca-Cola products?”

Over a third of the respondents – 37 percent – said that they were “Less likely” to purchase Coca-Cola products due to the company’s interference.

A fourth – 25 percent – said that they were “More likely” to purchase Coca-Cola, while 30 percent said it “does not make much difference” and eight percent were unsure.

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Quote:One-third of likely black voters are less likely to purchase Coca-Cola after it spoke out against Georgia’s election integrity law — despite the false left-wing narrative that the law suppresses minority voters — a Rasmussen Reports survey released Wednesday found.

Coca-Cola is one of the first companies to speak out against Georgia’s law, which improves election integrity in the state, even increasing the mandatory days for early weekend voting.

During a March interview on CNBC, Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey called SB202, the election reform bill, “unacceptable” and a “step backward.”

In an April 1 statement, Quincey added the company wanted to be “crystal clear and state unambiguously that we are disappointed in the outcome of the Georgia voting legislation.” He also said the company’s focus would now be “supporting federal legislation that protects voting access and addresses voter suppression across the country” — a likely reference to H.R. 1, or the “For the People Act,” which would effectively strip states of their ability to implement basic election integrity measures, thereby nationalizing U.S. elections.

“We all have a duty to protect everyone’s right to vote, and we will continue to stand up for what is right in Georgia and across the U.S.,” he added.

In addition to woke corporations, Democrat leaders, particularly Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and President Joe Biden have falsely characterized basic election integrity measures as racist attempts to suppress minority voters, even drawing comparisons to Jim Crow. Meanwhile, a majority of U.S. likely voters, 62 percent, said it is a “bad idea” for corporations to become involved in such political controversies, Rasmussen Reports found.

A majority of Republicans (76 percent), Democrats (51 percent), independents (63 percent), white Americans (62 percent), black Americans (56 percent), and other minority groups (67 percent) agree that it is a “bad idea.”

Respondents were also asked about Coca-Cola’s response to Georgia’s election law, specifically.

“After the Georgia legislature enacted a new election law requiring voter ID, Coca-Cola was one of the companies that publicly condemned the law. Does that make you more or less likely to purchase Coca-Cola products?” the survey asked.

Overall, a plurality, or 37 percent, said they were “less likely” to buy Coca-Cola products, while 30 percent said it “doesn’t make much difference” and 25 percent said “more likely.” One-third of black respondents agreed, stating they are “less likely” to purchase Coca-Cola products. Forty-four percent of other minority groups agreed.

Predictably, Democrats and Republicans held vastly different views, with 52 percent of Republicans indicating they are “less likely” to purchase the products, compared to a plurality, or 37 percent, of Democrats who said they are “more likely.”

The survey, taken April 15 and 18 among 1,000 likely U.S. voters, has a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.

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I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.
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(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

So any corporation that supports weakening election integrity should be boycotted since they limit access to vote to those who are willing to cheat, like almost all big city Democratic machines?

Get out of your liberal bubble. The Georgia law is less restrictive than New York or Colorado or a bunch of other liberal states.
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https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/202...s_job.html

"The Coca-Cola Company seems to be learning the hard way that signing up for the racialist agenda of the left has a downside. Bradley Gayton, senior vice president and general counsel of the Coca-Cola Company until yesterday, generated a firestorm with the release of this January 28, 2021 letter instructing the law firms that perform legal services for it to

commit that at least 30% of each of billed associate and partner time will be from diverse attorneys, and of such amounts at least half will be from Black attorney...."
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I intentionally did not buy a coke product today from the store. I have this to say to them and every corporation that is trying to mold me into their puppet..."keep politics OUT of your companies". Like we like to tell that dumb S Lebron, "shut up and dribble" to you I say "shut up and sell whatever but keep your noses out of my business".
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(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

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(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

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Smells like cancel culture in here.

Anyone have some freedom fries to share with the class?
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(04-22-2021 10:05 PM)Bearcat419 Wrote:  Smells like cancel culture in here.

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(04-22-2021 08:14 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

So any corporation that supports weakening election integrity should be boycotted since they limit access to vote to those who are willing to cheat, like almost all big city Democratic machines?

Get out of your liberal bubble. The Georgia law is less restrictive than New York or Colorado or a bunch of other liberal states.

This obsession with cheating shows how brainwashed you are. Would you rather be living in Russia and deal with those sham elections? That is what Trump was trying to convert our system into and almost got away with it. That is the reason for the boycotts.. to remind corporations how fragile democracy really is.
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(04-22-2021 08:14 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

So any corporation that supports weakening election integrity should be boycotted since they limit access to vote to those who are willing to cheat, like almost all big city Democratic machines?

Get out of your liberal bubble. The Georgia law is less restrictive than New York or Colorado or a bunch of other liberal states.


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Remember when Sloe* himself bragged about “My State was a slave State!”?

These leftist bots don’t have the first clue WTF they’re talking about. Ga. new law is much more lenient than tiny little Delaware.

Muh extremism!!!





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In the rare instance I buy soda it is either generic Food Lion brand or super high end ginger ale (for mixed drink).


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(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

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(04-23-2021 12:57 AM)scorpius Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 08:14 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

So any corporation that supports weakening election integrity should be boycotted since they limit access to vote to those who are willing to cheat, like almost all big city Democratic machines?

Get out of your liberal bubble. The Georgia law is less restrictive than New York or Colorado or a bunch of other liberal states.

This obsession with cheating shows how brainwashed you are. Would you rather be living in Russia and deal with those sham elections? That is what Trump was trying to convert our system into and almost got away with it. That is the reason for the boycotts.. to remind corporations how fragile democracy really is.

You've said some outrageously stupid things in the past but this is close to the top. For someone who appears to be a little more intelligent than your average foot soldier you sure say some asinine things.
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(04-23-2021 05:46 AM)EverRespect Wrote:  In the rare instance I buy soda it is either generic Food Lion brand or super high end ginger ale (for mixed drink).


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I'll occasionally have a root beer and on those occasions I happen to see a Mexican coke I'll have one of those. They taste exactly like I remember them as a kid with that cane sugar they use rather than high fructose corn syrup.

The soft drink industry is just as responsible for producing consumable products that cause obesity and diabetes in this country as are fast food restaurants.

Now, that said, no one is forcing anyone to consume those products.

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(04-23-2021 12:57 AM)scorpius Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 08:14 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(04-22-2021 06:17 PM)scorpius Wrote:  I think any corporation that doesn't support equal access to vote should be boycotted. But quite frankly, corporations fear the end of democracy as much as most Americas do. So it shouldn't even come to boycotts to save it. But it may be useful to wake them up to reality at how extreme conservatism has become in this country.

So any corporation that supports weakening election integrity should be boycotted since they limit access to vote to those who are willing to cheat, like almost all big city Democratic machines?

Get out of your liberal bubble. The Georgia law is less restrictive than New York or Colorado or a bunch of other liberal states.

This obsession with cheating shows how brainwashed you are. Would you rather be living in Russia and deal with those sham elections? That is what Trump was trying to convert our system into and almost got away with it. That is the reason for the boycotts.. to remind corporations how fragile democracy really is.

Is this a parody account or just insane indoctrination to progressive talking points?
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I am happy to be done with coke. Pepsi is just better anyhow. Woke corporations better take heed. White conservatives can boycott just like the brown skinned master races.
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