PERSPECTIVES ON THE STATE OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: A SURVEY OF MBAS AND EXECUTIVES (DEC 2019)
MBA & Executives Perspectives on Democracy System Reforms
Leadership Now collaborated with Citizen Data to survey over a thousand MBAs and business executives in the US on the need for reforming our democracy. More than two-thirds of MBAs and executives are "very concerned" about the state of our democracy, and more than half believe that business leaders have a responsibility to take action to fix the issues in our democracy. View the survey to see where business leaders land on specific reforms like public financing and term limits.
- Overall, 70% of MBAs & Executives are concerned about American democracy.
- Over half believed that business leaders have a responsibility to take action to fix the issues facing democracy.
- Nearly two thirds (62%) of business leaders support voting at home methods, including vote by mail.
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