Amber Heard has recently been declared the most hated woman in the United States, according to The Washington Post. If you’ve been following the news, this may not come as a surprise. But what exactly does it mean to hold this infamous title? Let’s dive deeper into the details of this shocking revelation.
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The Q Score: An Old Measure of Likability
The ‘Q Score,’ although less significant in today’s culture, holds historical importance in measuring public likability. Originally coined by Jack Landis in the early 1960s for his company Marketing Evaluations, the Q Score aimed to determine how familiar people were with celebrities, shows, and products, as well as their sentiments towards them. Over time, it evolved into a measure of personality likability, encompassing movie stars, TV personalities, chefs, and more.
Amber Heard: A Polarizing Figure
Despite Johnny Depp consistently ranking high in positive scores for men, Amber Heard has claimed the top spot for negative scores. Recent events have certainly contributed to this shift in public sentiment. Interestingly, Q Scores are assigned to everyone in the public eye, except for politicians, religious leaders, and royalty.
Celebrity Scores: Liked and Disliked
Among male celebrities, Morgan Freeman, Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Dwayne Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds receive highly positive scores. On the female side, Sandra Bullock claims the top spot, with Julia Roberts, Dolly Parton, Meryl Streep, Viola Davis, and Michelle Obama also earning a place on the list.
Conversely, there are notable figures with negative Q Scores. Jerry Springer takes the lead, followed by Machine Gun Kelly, Anthony S. Fauci, Chris Brown, and Elon Musk. Surprisingly, some members of the Kardashian family also rank high on the list of negative scores for women. However, it is Amber Heard who claims the number one position, sparking debate among the public.
Your Opinion Matters
Now, it’s your turn to weigh in. Do you believe Amber Heard deserves to be labeled as the most hated woman in the United States? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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