After embracing child grooming in LGBTQ+ lifestyles, new polls show people less likely to do business with Disney as well as growing distrust of the company

For decades, Disney has established itself as the home of family entertainment. However, after his very public opposition to Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act, people are reconsidering the trust they have in society regarding their family programming.

Source: Aladdin

A new Issues & Insights/TIPP poll that surveyed 1,305 adults across America shows distrust of Disney programming for kids is growing among Republicans and Independents.

When a subset of the group, 584 people, who said they followed news about Disney’s opposition to the Florida bill, were asked if they still had faith in Disney’s programming, near the half (41%) said they don’t trust the company at all or have little trust.

Source: Issues and Prospects

Responses were split by party, with Republicans showing 70% distrust of Disney and Independents showing 52% distrust of the brand.

In contrast, Democrats showed overwhelming 77% confidence in the company, split between those who say they have “a lot of confidence” and “somewhat confidence”.

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Source: Issues and Prospects

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Parents have been very upset with the company’s stance against Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill, which prohibits the teaching of sexuality and transgender ideology to students in kindergarten through third year.

Many parents support the idea of ​​having control over what is taught to their children and exposing the radical gender and sexual ideologies that have been taught without their knowledge.

Source: WPTV News – FL Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast YouTube

Disney, on the other hand, has taken the side of the LGBTQ lobby within their company. Company CEO Bob Chapek said unequivocally, “I truly believe that we are an infinitely better and stronger company because of our LGBTQ+ community. I missed the mark in this case, but I’m an ally you can count on – and I’ll be a strong advocate for the protections, visibility, and opportunities you deserve.

Following the statement, the company announced that it has hired longtime Democratic operative Kristina Schake, who has worked for Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Joe Biden to be their new executive vice president of global communications.

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As you can see in the table above, individuals are also divided along ideological lines and not just by party. Those who identified as liberal and who said they were “somewhat confident” or “a lot confident” reached 73%.

In contrast, those who identified as conservative indicated that they were “not at all confident” or “little confident” (57%). Self-identified moderates were divided. 40% said they had little or no confidence in Disney, while 55% said they were “fairly confident” or “a lot confident”.

Source: Aladdin

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The most surprising piece of data from Issues & Insights and TIPP Insights data comes from their first question when they asked how many people had actually followed the Disney vs. Florida story fallout.

When asked how closely they followed the story of Disney and its employees publicly attacking Florida’s Ron DeSantis and doubling down on their support for the LGBT agenda, only 43% of people said they followed the story of near.

Source: Aladdin

52% of curators responded that they had followed the story, and as mentioned above, of those 52%, 57% of them indicated that they had little or no faith in Disney.

Self-identified independents followed the story the least with just 33% claiming to have done so. Of the 33% who followed the story, 52% indicated that they had little or no confidence in Disney programming.

Finally, 58% of Liberals said they had followed the battle between Disney and Florida and of those 58%, 73% said they trusted the company a little or a lot.

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While the Issues & Insights/TIPP poll looked at trust in Disney programming, another survey by Trafalgar Group shows that people are less likely to do business with Disney after realizing their content exposes “young children to ideas sexual”.

In a national survey of 1,079 adults, 68.2% of adults said they were less likely to do business with Disney after saying they focused on creating content to expose young children to sexual ideas .

Source: The Trafalgar Group

In a breakdown by political affliction, 85% of Republicans said they were less likely to do business with Disney because they create content to expose young children to sexual ideas.

Of those who said they were non-party, 72% said they would be less likely to do business with Disney, while 48% of Democrats said they would be less.

Interestingly, only 14% of Democrats said focusing on creating content to expose young children to sexual ideas would make them more likely to do business with Disney compared to 4% of Republicans and 9% of those who say they don’t. belong to a party.

Source: The Trafalgar Group

When asked if they would support an alternative to family programming against Disney, nearly 70% of respondents said they would.

77% of Republicans, 58% of Democrats and 72% of those who say they don’t belong to a party said they would likely support family-friendly alternatives to Disney.

Source: The Trafalgar Group

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Disney executives have been caught on camera admitting their goal is to implement an LGBTQ-heavy agenda in children’s movies and TV shows.

Disney CEO Bob Chapek also announced that the company will launch a task force to create more LGBTQ+ content for kids and families.

However, the most glaring revelation to come out of Disney is that the company, through its benefits program, is funding the mutilation of its own employees and children through “affirmation procedures.” of gender”.

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While there may not be a massive competitor to Disney right now, there are smaller alternatives that have been around for a while. Some include Brother Francis, Veggie Tales, and PureFlix.

The Daily Wire also announced that it would start producing children’s shows. Announcing the project, the company’s co-CEO Jeremy Boreing said, “Today I am proud to announce that we will be launching Daily Wire Kids.”

According to Variety, they recruited Eric Branscum and Ethan Nicolle of VeggieTales in the House and Babylon Bee to lead content development which currently includes Chilla Time, which followed a family of homeschooled chinchillas, and Doodles With Noodles, a show live puppets. which aims to teach children to draw.

Source: Official VeggieTales YouTube

What do you think of these new polls? Do you think Disney might have any issues with audiences?

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