From Click 2 Houston:
New research finds that the overwhelming majority of Americans believe that the players involved in the Houston Astros cheating scandal should be punished for their actions.
According to the survey, 90% of Americans say that players on the team who broke the rules should be punished. There was a slight variation among gender, with 94% of women in agreement and 86% of men in agreement.
When it comes to the role of whistleblowers in outing bad behavior, 86% of Americans are in favor of employers strengthening whistleblower programs to encourage early identification of problems.
These findings are from a national poll of Americans conducted by Eagle Hill Consulting.
Story source: Click 2 Houston.
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