The Suffolk University/USA TODAY survey was conducted between June 12-15 and released Wednesday ahead of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case Friday, which overruled the longstanding Roe v. Wade decision.
Respondents were asked if they believe “corporations have a responsibility to speak out on abortion rights on behalf of their workers — in support or opposition — or should corporations not take a stand?”
A whopping 67.5 percent said corporations should not speak out one way or another on the matter. Those who said corporations should come out in “support” made up 27 percent of participants, while another 2.8 percent said corporations should voice opposition.
The survey also asked participants, “Would a Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade make you more or less likely to vote in November, or would it have no effect?”