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Woolworths ‘dividing people unnecessarily’ by pushing agendas ‘down our throats’

The Australian’s Media Writer Sophie Elsworth has slammed Woolworths for “dividing people unnecessarily” because they are pushing these agendas “down our throats”.

A YouGov poll on Peter Dutton’s Woolworths boycott has found only 14 per cent of Australians support the decision by the company to remove its line of Australia Day products.

However, 66 per cent said their main concern is with excessive supermarket prices, and only 20 per cent support Peter Dutton’s boycott.

“Of course, if you ask Australians do they care more about a boycott or the cost of their fruit and veggies and groceries, it’s pretty obvious what they’re going to say is more important,” Ms Elsworth told Sky News host Paul Murray.

“While a lot of people won’t boycott Woolworths, they are doing their brand an awful lot of damage.

“This latest business about putting up Indigenous flags – they’re just dividing people unnecessarily.”

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