Visual Evidence That Ohio Calls Pop 'Pop'

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We all know that the majority of Ohioans call pop 'pop.'

But what percentage? And what's the difference between northern Ohio and southern Ohio?

Well, this helpful graph from Matthew Campbell and Professor Greg Plumb of East Central University in Oklahoma gives us more information than we have ever needed on the soda vs. pop (and Coke) debate.

Enjoy.

(Via Chicagoist)

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