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Importance of CEO stance on social issues according to U.S. consumers 2018

This statistic presents the share of employees in the United States who want to know a CEO's position on prominent social issues for companies they patronize. According to the survey results, 59 percent of respondents said it was important for them to know a CEO's stance on sexual harassment when patronizing their business.

Share of U.S. employees who want to know CEO's position on prominent social issues as of 2018

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Release date

September 2018


United States

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Number of respondents

500 respondents

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Supplementary notes

Original question: For companies that I patronize, it is important for me to know the CEO’s position on prominent social issues such as: (please select all that apply)

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