Coca-Cola Corporation, an American icon, who asserted their dominance over the state of Georgia earlier in the month over their demands that elected lawmakers drop a popular bipartisan voting ID Bill is coming up short on public support from Black, White, and multicolored America.
Thirty-three percent (33%) of Black adults say they are less likely to buy Coca-Cola because of the company’s involvement in the Georgia election law controversy, as do 35% of White adults and 44% of other non-white adults. pic.twitter.com/14Ro3SCO75
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) April 22, 2021
The propaganda media has helped elevate the Coca-Cola brand and the false information that the point of view for public policy is overwhelmingly supported by the American people when the “woke” capitalism is not appreciated.
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?” Crosstabs. Multiple net-loss demographic categories.
"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?"
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) April 21, 2021
GAME OF CHICKEN?
It is pretty obvious that the left is attempting to pump up the stock, but it is doubtful that tactic will work for too long as other companies attempt to join the “woke left.” There is simply only so much the left can purchase over a long period of time.
— Seth Grossman (@Grossman4NJ) April 22, 2021
From the Rasmussen article,
“Coca-Cola was one of the companies that publicly condemned Georgia’s new election integrity law, and the Atlanta-based soft drink bottler may pay a price for getting involved in that controversy.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey find that 37% of American Adults the company’s stand against the new Georgia law makes them less likely to purchase Coca-Cola products. Twenty-five percent (25%) say they are more likely to buy Coke, but 30% say the company’s political stance doesn’t make much difference.
The survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on April 15 and 18, 2021 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.”
COCA-COLA IS NOT DOING WELL
Just the News reported on Wednesday that Coca-Cola would raise prices:”Coca-Cola says it will raise prices on its drinks next year to offset the cost of packaging its products during the pandemic.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey announced the increase Monday on CNBC on Monday. However, he did not say by how much or which products would be affected.
“We are well-hedged in ’21, but there’s pressure built up for ’22, and so there will have to be some price increases,” he said. “We intend to manage those intelligently, thinking through the way we use package sizes and really optimize the price points for consumers.”
Vernon Jones, candidate for US Senate from Georgia, posted his reaction to Coca Cola’s social justice reforms:
— Vernon Jones (@RepVernonJones) April 21, 2021
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776