The Dana Show recently brought to light a new poll released by WPA Opinion Research, which has some interesting results concerning Indiana and the debate around their religious freedom act. This is also a key example on how messaging is so important and how conservatives have to stop being terrible at it.
Most polls about the RFRA always seems to be built around the word “discrimination.” Now, we all know that’s a false narrative, but unless the pollster gives you the option of answering “I reject your false narrative,” you are essentially left to either answer if you agree or disagree with discrimination. How lovely.
Ask a straight forward question, get a mecha-majority that completely contradicts the left’s narrative on who supports RFRA. Now, I, John Brodigan, fall under the white men 18-54 who attends church once a year. I’m also someone who supports gay marriage and personally thinks it’s silly not to bake a cake. Yet I’d agree with this statement because I don’t think the government should be running people out of business who disagree with me. See how that works?
Check out The Dana Show for more info, as I’m sure she’ll be covering this more in-depth throughout the week.
John Brodigan is a contributor for “Louder with Crowder.”