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In our dramatically divided days, I may not be calming the culture clash by asserting that Trump voters and Clinton voters can’t even agree on which companies have the most positive impact on the U.S., but it’s true.

Well, sort of: There is some overlap, but the lists are far from identical.

What I’m talking about is a new survey from SurveyMonkey and Fortune that aimed to find out which companies people see as America’s top employers. Survey participants were asked to rank organizations according to their positive and negative impacts on the country, employer appeal, willingness to change in pursuit of success, customer care, and other criteria. Check out some of the results below:

Companies Perceived to Have the Most Positive Impact on the U.S.:

  1. UPS
  2. Microsoft
  3. FedEx
  4. Amazon.com
  5. Walt Disney Company
  6. Home Depot
  7. Apple
  8. Intel
  9. Alphabet (Google)
  10. Costco Wholesale

Companies Perceived to Have the Most Negative Impact on the U.S.: 

  1. Wells Fargo
  2. Freddie Mac
  3. JPMorgan Chase

Companies Men Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Microsoft
  2. Boeing
  3. Alphabet (Google)
  4. Apple
  5. Intel
  6. Walt Disney Company
  7. Lockheed Martin
  8. Cisco Systems
  9. Amazon.com
  10. Caterpillar

Companies Women Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Walt Disney Company
  2. Alphabet (Google)
  3. Microsoft
  4. Apple
  5. Amazon.com
  6. Intel
  7. Hewlett Packard
  8. Johnson & Johnson
  9. HP
  10. IBM

Companies Millennials Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Microsoft
  2. Walt Disney Company
  3. HP
  4. Alphabet (Google)
  5. Apple
  6. Boeing
  7. Intel
  8. Caterpillar
  9. Amazon.com
  10. Lockheed Martin

Companies Millennials Are Least Excited to Work For:

  1. Wal-Mart
  2. Wells Fargo
  3. Valero Energy

Companies Non-Millennials (People 35 and Older) Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Alphabet (Google)
  2. Microsoft
  3. Apple
  4. Walt Disney Company
  5. Boeing
  6. Amazon.com
  7. Intel
  8. Hewlett Packard
  9. IBM
  10. Lockheed Martin

Companies Trump Voters Perceive to Have the Most Positive Impact on the U.S.:

  1. United Parcel Service (UPS)
  2. Caterpillar
  3. Ford Motor Company
  4. Amazon.com
  5. Boeing
  6. Walt Disney Company
  7. Microsoft
  8. Hewlett Packard
  9. Costco Wholesale
  10. Apple

Companies Clinton Voters Perceive to Have the Most Positive Impact on the U.S.:

  1. Microsoft
  2. Walt Disney Company
  3. Apple
  4. Amazon.com
  5. Alphabet (Google)
  6. Home Depot
  7. Target
  8. Ford Motor Company
  9. International Business Machines (IBM)
  10. Johnson & Johnson

Companies Trump Voters Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Boeing
  2. Hewlett Packard
  3. Lockheed Martin
  4. Microsoft
  5. Caterpillar
  6. Ford Motor Company
  7. Walt Disney Company
  8. Exxon Mobil
  9. Cisco Systems
  10. Apple

Companies Clinton Voters Are Most Excited to Work For:

  1. Alphabet (Google)
  2. Microsoft
  3. Walt Disney Company
  4. Apple
  5. Intel
  6. Amazon.com
  7. Boeing
  8. Hewlett Packard
  9. General Electric (GE)
  10. Dell Technologies

On the bright side, maybe we aren’t as divided as it seems – tech companies sure are popular across the board, regardless of political views, age, or gender.



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