Question: Who likes Made in America?
Answer: almost everyone.
You may recall a few weeks back the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) released a new poll of likely voters. Among the many questions and issues we raised was how favorably participants viewed Made in America products.
The response? See for yourself:
Are you listening, manufacturers? It would behoove you to consider that number when debating where you will build your product.
P.S. -- Who are you other 5 percent, and what's your issue with Made in America? Email us at info [at] americanmanufacturing [dot] org.
See more interesting poll facts here.
Image by Flickr user Bob Jagendorf, used following Creative Commons guidelines.
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