By Noble K | on 06/08/16

America’s perception of the 2016 Fortune 100 companies

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. We’ve been exploring the data and uncovered some interesting results, like why people are so eager to invest in tech companies. We also uncovered which 4 companies people most wanted to work at and why. Hooked? Us too. We’ll continue to share the findings that we found most interesting right here.

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The most trustworthy companies of the Fortune 100

The most influential companies of the Fortune 100

The companies with the most positive global impact of the Fortune 100

The most innovative companies of the Fortune 100

The most desired places to work of the Fortune 100

The companies people most want to invest in of the Fortune 100

The companies people say care about them the most of the Fortune 100

The companies with the most perceived longevity of the Fortune 100

The companies with the most negative global impact of the Fortune 100

The companies that are worst for the country in the Fortune 100

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

The most ruthless companies in the Fortune 100

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