The report was based on data from a survey conducted in November 2021 among 2,000 working-age people in the United States.
Some 57% of respondents say brand messaging that makes them laugh/entertains them is appealing right now, and 47% say brand messaging that makes them feel motivated/inspired is appealing right now.
Just over a third (34%) of respondents say they want messaging that's educational, thought-provoking, or reassuring, and 18% say they want messaging that is inclusive.
Some 36% of respondents say they want brands to take a stand on poverty/inequality, and 36% also say they want brands to take a stand on racism.
Just under a quarter (24%) of respondents say they do not want brands to be political.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in November 2021 among 2,000 working-age people in the United States.
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