Remember that recently pulled Kendall Jenner ad where she gave a police officer a Pepsi and basically brought about world peace?
Apparently it wasn't as widely hated as Twitter might lead you to believe. A Morning Consult poll released Thursday showed about 44 percent of people who saw the ad had a more favorable view of Pepsi after seeing it, compared to just 25 percent who thought less of the soda giant.
Racial and ethnic minorities were among the ad's biggest fans. 75 percent of Hispanic people who viewed the ad said they had a more favorable impression of Pepsi, and 51 percent of African-Americans said the same, compared to just 41 percent of white viewers.
Jenner herself didn't exactly get a popularity boost, with only 28 percent of people saying they saw Jenner in a more positive light than before. Pepsi apologized for "putting Kendall Jenner in this position" after the ad was pulled.
History will be kind to Kendall Jenner, whose Pepsi ad pushed Trump to the center, and ignited a new era of globalization.— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) April 13, 2017
Some jokingly gave credit to Jenner for President Trump's recent political shifts.
Some thought she had more work to do.
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