PAWLITICAL BREXIT DATA: Who’s the most stuffed? Theresa, BoJo or Jezza?
As we are now just less than four weeks until B-day, Pet Hates Toys have mapped across the nation the popularity of their three original stuffed political dog toys, with interesting results. As the dog toy battle intensifies, Theresa has ramped up sales in the past fortnight overtaking the usual leader Boris. Jeremy, much like his political career, has had mediocre success with the least units sold so far.
Looking at the maps below, demand for the Theresa toy, with 40% of sales, is spread the most evenly across the nation, however we do see a cluster of Scottish doggies enjoying her company. Boris sees a greater concentration in metropolitan areas, and the former London Mayor has truly fallen from grace within the capital’s dog kennels. Lastly, Jeremy is exceptionally popular in his home constituency. His constant sales across the South East of England has left many a Mancunian (Momentum) Greyhound furious.
Pet Hates Toys in Numbers
Breakdown of e-commerce sales in order of popularity: Theresa - 40% / Boris - 37% / Jeremy - 23%
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Pet Hates Toys Across the Nation in Maps