A Huge Majority Of Democrats Want Companies To Take Stands On Social Issues. The Rest Of The Country Does Not.

COLUMBUS, OH - MARCH 2:  A woman sleeps as volunteers make phone calls at the campaign headquarters of Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) March 2, 2008 in Columbus, Ohio. A tight Democratic race between presidential hopefuls Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) have volunteers working to communicate and pass on their candidates' message to voters in Ohio.   (Photo by Eric Thayer/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • Disney CEO Bob Iger told employees that he regretted the company’s decision to oppose the parental rights legislation, citing the “delicate balance” between storytelling and “listening” to audiences.
  • In an exclusive poll from The Daily Wire, 64% of Americans, including 62% of Democrats and 57% of independents, supported the Florida law that Disney publicly opposed.
  • . Victoria’s Secret CEO Amy Hauk recently departed the company after spending less than one year in her post.

Top News Stories

Sponsored