For Immediate Release: April 22, 2021
Contact: Ryan Hite, Communications Director
1/3 Of Consumers Might Stop Buying Coca-Cola Products
Washington, D.C.: “Coca-Cola, one of the most iconic American brands, looks to be in hot water with patriotic consumers,” said Phyllis Schlafly Eagles president Ed Martin. “Americans don’t like being lectured on politics by woke corporations. If Coke knows what’s good for their bottom line, they’ll pay more attention to their consumers than leftists screeching about voter suppression.”
Rasmussen Reports found last week that “over one-third of Americans say they are less likely to drink Coca-Cola” since the company waded into election integrity laws passed in Georgia. The survey showed that 62% of respondents called Coke’s condemnation of Georgia’s voter integrity laws a “bad idea.” More importantly, 37% indicated they are now less likely to buy Coca-Cola products as a result of the company’s stance against Georgia’s election protections.
Martin concluded, “The only thing corporations bow to quicker than political correctness is the almighty dollar. Are you listening, Coca-Cola?”