As entertainment giant Disney continues to attack the Florida legislature for its moves to protect the state’s children from the groomers of the radical LGBTQ agenda, the company’s reputation has cratered.
A new survey finds that the company’s positive ratings have fallen 12 spots to 77th in the newest Axios and Harris Poll 100. The poll was based on a survey of 16,3010 Americans who was asked about their feelings about American corporations.
The survey also found that Disney is the fifth worst, most divisive co. in America.
Per the The New York Post:
The company has been engaged in a bare-knuckle battle with DeSantis, who will declare his intention to run for President on Wednesday after it publicly opposed the governor’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” legislation — which sought to limit sex and gender identity education in elementary schools.
DeSantis moved to strip Disney of its semi-autonomous status which confers it wide-ranging authority to levy taxes and shape zoning regulations on the Central Florida land where its resorts and amusement parks are located.
Disney has also thrust itself into the vortex of the nation’s culture wars by introducing gay, lesbian, transgender, non-binary, and other minority characters into its animated series and films.
The company instituted a slew of eyebrow-raising changes, such as outfitting Minnie Mouse with a blue pantsuit instead of her traditional red and white polka-dot dress.
Disney also announced that it would do away with the seven dwarves characters from its Snow White live-action remake in response to criticism that it was denigrating to those in the dwarfism community.
Disney is losing it.
And that is a good thing.