YUP: Companies Cutting Ties With NRA See Their Public Opinion Plunge

A new poll reveals that some companies that decided to sever their business relationship with the National Rifle Association after the Parkland, Florida, shooting have plunged in their approval from the public.

The Morning Consult survey was conducted February 23-25; it found that among Democrats, approval mildly surged for the companies, but among Republicans, approval hurtled downward.

MetLife Inc., which cut its discount for NRA members last week, saw its unfavorable rating double from 12% to 24%, with its favorability rating unchanged; Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s unfavorability rating also doubled, from 12% to 25%; Alamo Rent-A-Car’s more than doubled, from 10% to 24%, and National Car Rental’s also skyrocketed from 11% to 25%.

As The Blaze has reported, thousands of people have reacted to the boycott launched against the NRA and the anti-gun rhetoric after the Parkland shooting by tweeting their support for the organization and signing up as new members:

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