“A new survey shows that nearly two-thirds of those who work for large U.S. corporations want their employers to actively take on environmental and social issues. Full stop.
“The survey — of a random selection of nearly 1,300 U.S. employees of Fortune 1000 companies by St. Louis-based Povaddo LLC, an issues management firm — found strong support for employer environmental and social action across age, gender, region, employment level, ethnicity, income, company size and other factors. There’s no real difference between red and blue states.
“The results will be publicly released later next month, but Povaddo shared with me some of the survey’s early findings.”