By Noble K | on 06/06/16

The companies people would most want to shut down in the Fortune 100

SurveyMonkey and Fortune have partnered up to measure America’s perception of the 2016 Fortune 100 companies. Consumers shared their opinions of these top 100 companies by ranking them on both positive and negative dimensions.

Below is the Fortune 100 ranked in order of the companies people most want to shut down.

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1. Walmart
2. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
3. Goldman Sachs Group
4. Comcast
5. Bank of America Corp.
6. Exxon Mobil
7. Dow Chemical
8. Freddie Mac
9. Time Warner
10. Tyson Foods
11. Fannie Mae
12. Verizon Communications
13. PepsiCo
14. Wells Fargo
15. Coca-Cola
16. Morgan Stanley
17. Target
18. General Motors
19. Pfizer
20. American Express
21. Chevron
22. Valero Energy
23. AT&T
24. Citigroup
25. Exelon
26. World Fuel Services
27. Mondelez International
28. State Farm Insurance
29. Procter & Gamble
30. Marathon Petroleum
31. Berkshire Hathaway
32. Express Scripts Holding
33. Cigna
34. Lockheed Martin
35. Phillips 66
36. Twenty-First Century Fox
37. Delta Air Lines
38. Prudential Financial
39. UnitedHealth Group
40. ConocoPhillips
41. Nike
42. TIAA
43. Aetna
44. HCA Holdings
45. Tesoro
46. Merck
47. New York Life Insurance
48. McKesson
49. American International Group
50. Archer Daniels Midland
51. Allstate
52. Apple
53. Anthem
54. Energy Transfer Equity
55. American Airlines Group
56. Humana
57. Ford Motor
58. INTL FCStone
59. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
60. General Dynamics
61. Nationwide
62. Johnson & Johnson
63. CVS Health
64. CHS
65. TJX (T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls, etc.)
66. United Continental Holdings (United Airlines)
67. General Electric
68. Costco Wholesale
69. Ingram Micro
70. Best Buy
71. Deere
72. Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
73. Walgreens Boots Alliance
74. Amazon.com
75. International Business Machines
76. Johnson Controls
77. Oracle
78. Publix Super Markets
79. Gilead Sciences
80. Sysco
81. Kroger
82. Cardinal Health
83. Lowe’s
84. Microsoft
85. Honeywell International
86. United Parcel Service
87. Walt Disney
88. HP
89. AmerisourceBergen
90. Boeing
91. Home Depot
92. Northwestern Mutual
93. Cisco Systems
94. MetLife
95. Intel
96. 3M
97. FedEx
98. Caterpillar
99. Alphabet (Google)
100. United Technologies

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