The most interesting fact about Chupa Chups:
The undisputed leader of this question – "The company logo was created by Salvador Dali" received almost the same number of votes from both genders. 108 male and 109 female votes were given for this option. At the same time, for the outsider option "The largest Chupa-Chups in the world weighs 725 grams" were given more female votes – 47 female votes against 38 male votes. Other options were chosen much more often by men. "In 1995, Chupa-Chups was sent to space " received 83 male and 42 female votes, and "There are more than 20 flavors of Chupa-Chups" 63 male and 33 female votes. Users between the ages of 36 and 50 gave the same number of votes for the second and the third place – they gave these options 14.43% of all their votes. It is worth noting that almost no users over 50 chose "There are more than 20 flavors of Chupa-Chups" option – it received only 4.16% of their votes.
Investment in the film industry…
Warner Bros. has lagged behind 20th Century Fox due to less support from men. Women gave 84 votes for the first company (76 votes for the second company), and men gave 95 votes (the second option received 118 votes from them). It is worth noting that the only option that was voted by women most often is Paramount – 20 women's and 19 men's votes were given for this option. Users between the ages of 18 and 25 and between the ages of 36 and 50 often chose the "silver" winner. Warner Bros. received 42.64% and 41.83% of all their votes, respectively. Participants between the ages of 25 and 36 and over 50, on the contrary, supported the winning option – the first group gave 41,80% of all their votes, and the second one gave 41,66% votes.
Prestigious film festival:
Despite the fact that the number of women's votes was less, it did not prevent them to give more votes for "Cannes film festival" option than men did. That option received 126 female (53,16 % of all their votes) and 112 male votes (38,09 %). The remaining options received significantly fewer votes from women. Thus, 77 male and 38 female votes were given for the Golden globe. Users over 50 gave 83.33% of all their votes for the winning option, while they never chose the Berlin film festival. The proportion of users between the ages of 26 and 35 for the "Golden globe" is 50,76%. Users between the ages of 36 and 50 are not interested in the Moscow film festival, they ignored this option.
The sweetest holiday:
Men and women are in solidarity with each other and gave almost half of their votes for the "International Hug Day" - 144 male (48.81% of all their votes) and 115 female (48.72%) votes for this option. It should be noted that men voted more actively for the "International Day of Happiness" - 88 male and 55 female votes, and women voted for the "Day of spontaneous manifestation of kindness" - 51 male and 57 female votes. Young people voted for the winning option least of all according to percentage of all the votes of the group. A group of users between the ages of 26 and older gave a total of 60.74% of all their votes for the "International Hug Day". Users between the ages of 18 and 25 gave 43.28% of the votes for this option. However, they are more likely to vote for the "International Animation Day" - their share in this option was 50 %.
"The official language is German" and "The national anthem is similar to the national anthem of UK" options, which took the 3rd and the 2nd places, respectively, together received fewer votes than the winner. In total, 125 male and 93 female votes were given for the first option. "Liechtenstein is a mountainous country" option, in turn, received 136 male and 103 female votes. It is worth noting that users over 50 gave the same number of votes for the options that took the first and the second places – both options received 45.83% of all their votes. Almost the same situation from users between the ages of 18 and 25, who gave 35.38% of all their votes for "The national anthem is similar to the national anthem of UK", and 36.92% of votes for "Liechtenstein is a mountainous country" option.