Coke v. Pepsi is an old rivalry that seems to have no end in sight. It’s been a great marvel of marketing to see these brands ebb and flow through the years. Coke has always had a slight edge, and is the most popular around the world. In the US, Pepsi performs slightly better, and even overtook Coke for a while through a series of clever ad campaigns.
However, a research company has found that there are some interesting differences between people who identify themselves as Coke or Pepsi folk:
Coke drinkers are more likely to have graduated college and speak more than one language.
Coke people prefer things like sushi, and might have tasted caviar. Pepsi drinkers prefer American snacks.
Coke drinkers read the New York Times, while Pepsi drinkers read the USA Today.
Coke drinkers are more likely to own a passport. It’s more likely that Pepsi drinkers haven’t had a vacation in 6 months.
Coke drinkers are more likely to show up early to an appointment. Pepsi drinkers? On time or late.
What do you think? Of course these are in average, and not representative of every Coke or Pepsi drinker.
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