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"51% of black people and 75% of Latinx people surveyed said they were more favorable, while only 41% of white people felt that way."

sometimes I feel like all the outrage in social media is like "white guilt"...

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Maybe white people dislike the Kardashian/Jenners more?

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Those figures make no sense...the outrage for the most part came from the black community (rightfully so) ...

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Must say, I'm quite surprised at these figures.....

http://www.thefader.com/2017/04/12/p...kendall-jenner
I need another bar in the results, the %age that are officially clueless. In the US, I'm positive it's at least 30% ... at least.

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Those figures make no sense...the outrage for the most part came from the black community (rightfully so) ...
This... I really want to know where they got their data...

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This... I really want to know where they got their data...
They do link to the people who made the survey, but the link is broken in my browser.

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^ link.

lol Pepsi probably paid Morning Consultant for that. 80% of the participants are white, the majority based in the South, undereducated, conservative and voted for you-know-who (does it get any more cliché..).. and then we don't even know how all of these characteristics correlate to one another (where are these people that found nothing wrong with pepsi's marketing? or the ones that did? what's the level of education in the races that were polled..). Ah, polls these days... did we learn nothing from brexit, Ben..

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lol Pepsi probably paid Morning Consultant for that. 80% of the participants are white, the majority based in the South, undereducated, conservative and voted for you-know-who (does it get any more cliché..).. and then we don't even know how all of these characteristics correlate to one another (where are these people that found nothing wrong with pepsi's marketing? or the ones that did? what's the level of education in the races that were polled..). Ah, polls these days... did we learn nothing from brexit, Ben..
Thanks Wouldn't they be legally obligated to state who funded the research? I honestly don't know.

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My first thought was that perhaps this was Pepsi's testing of the ad before they released it. From this study, it looks fine. I mean, surely a company that big doesn't release ads without testing them, right?

Speaking of which, I was at such an event last weekend, and the guy next to me at one point was carrying a guitar. I told him that when I saw the Pepsi ad, one thought I immediately had was that people don't bring musical instruments to protests--but he was proof I was wrong and it wasn't total BS But ... guitar, not cello.

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lol Pepsi probably paid Morning Consultant for that. 80% of the participants are white, the majority based in the South, undereducated, conservative and voted for you-know-who (does it get any more cliché..).. and then we don't even know how all of these characteristics correlate to one another (where are these people that found nothing wrong with pepsi's marketing? or the ones that did? what's the level of education in the races that were polled..). Ah, polls these days... did we learn nothing from brexit, Ben..
I see you, Mulletproof!!!

Well, actually Fashionista-ta is correct. Normally big corporations roll out these polls before running a campaign. I do regard the demographics here with the utmost suspicion though. Maybe they did in fact scrape the bottom of the barrel for this survey. When you think of it, it all comes together rather plausible now. I mean, maybe the soft drink consumer's brain cells are so fried from all that sugar that they're just lacking in any form of sensitivity.

Also, I believe music plays part of protests, even in the past. Didn't they used to sing and play guitar at protests at the Vietnam war protest? Joan Baez, and all those people? Also, the Dixie Chicks against Bush. I seem to recall seeing pictures like these.

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^ I am too young to remember Vietnam protests ... the Dixie Chicks made their comments about Bush in concert.

The ad was showing chamber music though, right?

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Also, I believe music plays part of protests, even in the past. Didn't they used to sing and play guitar at protests at the Vietnam war protest? Joan Baez, and all those people? Also, the Dixie Chicks against Bush. I seem to recall seeing pictures like these.
I wouldn't call Woodstock an actual protest. Which reminds me to put on my Forrest Gump soundtrack cause that was some good music.

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^ You're right, it was, I guess, a music festival. A happening

The genre called 'protest music' doesn't necessarily refer to music performed at protests, but music written in protest of something, often war. 'Strange Fruit' might fall in this category as well??

In any case, Coke (never my drink) definitely did it better with 'I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke.'

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I wouldn't call Woodstock an actual protest. Which reminds me to put on my Forrest Gump soundtrack cause that was some good music.
I do actually know what Woodstock was, thank you very much! No need to school me.
A quick Google search yielded the results below:

http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/mu...song-1.2711021

You'll find that the images above were taken at an anti-Vietnam demonstration in London. It wasn't a music fest which turned political, it was a political demonstration with a music.

Point taken and fair enough about the Dixie Chicks....

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