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Storified by CBC News Community· Fri, Jan 03 2014 15:02:06
"We have three parks and our corporate offices in Orlando," he said. "You would expect that we would have a lot of team members in Orlando -- and throughout our company -- who would vote. If a poll goes up regarding SeaWorld, our team members have as much a right to vote as anyone else, and vote they did. We don't have a 'bot' -- each of those votes that came from SeaWorld were cast by a team member who is passionate about who we are and what we do."
The poll, which is still open, now shows 75 per cent of voters agreeing that the film has changed their perception of the park.
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