A+E Networks: How the broad strokes of advertising may miss audience nuances

A+E Networks, the media company, found that political orientation is an increasingly powerful influence on how women react to advertising.

New – and on-going – research from A+E Networks proposes that political orientation may join such traditional demographic considerations as ethnicity and age as powerful content filters.

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