A recent Daily Wire poll released Wednesday found an overwhelming majority agreed Major League Baseball’s (MLB) relocation from Atlanta was driven by “politics and publicity.”
The recent poll found 67 percent agreed Major League Baseball’s (MLB) relocation from Atlanta was driven by “politics and publicity.” In comparison, 33 percent said it was driven by a “genuine concern for voters in Georgia.”
Other key findings of the poll found 64 percent of Americans were “less likely to support companies and organizations that insert themselves into political issues and debates.” Also finding that 70 percent of all respondents to the survey agree with the statement: “Corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.”
Among the voters who are familiar with the Georgia voting law, the survey found, 52 percent support the Georgia voter integrity bill. In addition, 71 percent of respondents said they were “more supportive” of the law after hearing what was in the bill.
The survey also included findings showing an overwhelming majority (78 percent) of the survey. SurveyMonkey took from a sample of majority Democrats, MLB fans, non-white Americans, and all age groups, supporting Georgia’s laws requiring voter IDs for absentee voting.