Bad News for MLB: Poll Shows Majority of Americans Agree with the Georgia Election Law’s Provisions


The results of a new poll should leave MLB executives very concerned f0r the future of the league. Conducted in response to MLB’s decision to pull its All-Star Game out of Atlanta over Georgia’s newly passed election reform bill, the poll shows that Americans — once told what’s actually in the bill — are overwhelmingly in favor of the law’s key provisions. Moreover, a majority of the poll’s respondents became “less supportive” of MLB’s decision to move the game after learning what was actually in the Georgia legislation. Commissioned by The Daily Wire, SurveyMonkey conducted the poll, which sampled 1,026 American adults between Saturday through Tuesday with a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points, according to a Daily Wire news release. In terms of political affiliation, 34 percent of respondents were Democrat, 31 percent were Republican and 35 percent were independent voters. Many of the law’s provisions most fervently condemned by Democrats and left-wing activists are actually supported by a majority of Americans, the poll found.

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