Originally published: December 10, 2010
Last updated: December 10, 2010 - 9:05pm
Is there too much sex in advertising?
That's somewhat true for a majority of Americans. But another 40% find themselves shrugging their shoulders at sexual imagery in TV and print ads. A new poll says over half of Americans -- 56% -- are bothered by sexual imagery in ads. But 37% of Americans "aren't bothered" at all. After that another a good chunk of Americans -- 32% -- are only "somewhat bothered". At the bottom of the list -- 25% of U.S. consumers are "very bothered."
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