Fewer Americans Say They Feel Represented In Advertising


The portion of U.S. consumers who said they feel their race or ethnicity is represented in advertising fell from 55% to 49% in the past year, although there are differences among individual groups, according to a report by Dentsu.

The most dramatic decline was seen among White consumers, with …


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