Pat found a list that sheds light on the perspectives of Clinton voters and Trump voters in regards to brands they view as favorable and unfavorable.
Chick-fil-A, the N.F.L., NBC News, and Trump Hotels all made the list produced by media and polling company Morning Consult.
The list was divided by Clinton voters and Trump voters and based on a survey of 5,000 adults in the United States.
The number one polarizing brand, according to the list, is Trump Hotels with -52 percent favorability with Clinton supporters and +48 percent with Trump supporters. The N.F.L. was the most divisive of all the brands.
- The N.F.L. was viewed as +38 percent for Clinton supporters and -24 percent with Trump voters;
- Chick-fil-A was rated +24 percent with Clinton voters and +74 percent for Trump voters;
- Fox News was rated -14 percent with Clinton voters and +55 percent with Trump voters;
- The New York Times was rated +47 percent with Clinton voters and -25 percent with Trump voters.
Here's the link to the full list.
Are any of these surprising?