CNN, NFL, Trump Hotels identified as America’s most polarizing brands

In the last two years, the United States has become deeply fractured. It seems like Americans are divided on nearly every issue, except for war, which has garnered bipartisan support across the country.

Therefore, it isn’t surprising to learn that Americans are split even when it comes to brands. From CNN to the NFL, Donald Trump voters and Hillary Clinton voters hold favorable and unfavorable views on a wide variety of brands.

Statista.com put together a chart that looks at the favorability ratings of brands among Trump and Clinton voters. As you would expect, Trump Hotels are hated by Clinton voters, while CNN is detested by Trump voters.

The closest brands that Clinton and Trump voters favored were Cabela’s and Chick-fil-a, but there was still a considerable gap.

Here is the chart:

Infographic: America's Most Polarizing Brands | Statista

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