A recent survey of consumer discretionary consumer spending found that it is not always the most convenient option for consumers.
Consumers are most likely to choose the right-leaning corporate lobby over the left-leaning consumer group, according to a survey by research firm FBR Capital Markets.
FBR’s survey found that right- and left-wing consumer groups are almost evenly split.
“Consumers’ choices for discretionary spending may not always align with their ideological views,” the report found.
“The FBR survey found strong support for consumer groups who support lower taxes and lower regulation, as well as liberal advocates for corporate social responsibility and consumer-friendly policy.”
While many consumers may support liberal consumer groups in a vacuum, the consumer advocacy groups themselves often lack the political clout to be as effective as the conservative groups they are trying to influence,” FBR analyst Matt Miller said in a statement.”
Consumers may prefer their own corporate lobbies, but this is not a partisan choice.
Consumers may also be more willing to accept conservative lobbying efforts in exchange for a more consumer-focused agenda,” Miller added.
The FBR poll surveyed a representative sample of nearly 3,000 consumers, and the results were released on Friday.
The survey was conducted on March 11-13.
The report said that a large portion of consumers are likely to opt for the right and left wing consumer groups based on their preferences. “
Consumer discretionary spending is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy,” the survey found.
The report said that a large portion of consumers are likely to opt for the right and left wing consumer groups based on their preferences.
For example, the right wing consumer group supports a large number of policies that are often criticized as pro-business.
For the left wing group, the survey shows that many consumer groups have an ideological alignment with left- and right- wing interests.
The left wing groups also advocate for a smaller, less-regulated economy, which could benefit the economy.
“A growing number of consumers also feel that they are being unfairly pushed out of the marketplace, or being left behind,” the FBS survey found, adding that many Americans are frustrated with the lack of consumer choices and the lack to be able to control their finances.
The Consumer Federation of America has argued that the consumer groups should not be the ones to decide what kind of government programs, regulations and taxes are needed to benefit consumers.
“It’s time for the Federal Government to step up and do more to protect the most vulnerable and vulnerable Americans, and we are committed to working with Congress to ensure consumers can continue to enjoy affordable access to the highest quality, most trusted consumer products,” the group’s president, Chris Cox, said in an email to Business Insider.
“Unfortunately, the federal government is not working with consumers in any meaningful way.”
FBR reported that the majority of the survey respondents were from the lower income, less educated and minority groups.
The consumer advocacy group, which is a member of the American Consumer Federation, was founded in 1989.
It works to advocate for consumer rights and has been called the “biggest consumer advocacy organization in the country.”
It has received criticism for having a narrow and extreme agenda and for having been so successful in pushing for higher taxes and government regulation.
The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.