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  • v. Present participle of buycott.

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Examples

  • While there is a greater prevalence of boycotting than "buycotting" across all generations, younger Americans (age 18-34) are the most likely to do both.

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  • Older generations are significantly less likely to report boycotting and "buycotting;" age 35-44 (33% and 24% respectively), age

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  • The survey asked whether or not respondents had, in the past 12 months, bought a certain product or service because they liked the social or political values of the company that provides it ( "buycotting").

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  • WASHINGTON, April 19/PRNewswire-USNewswire/-- According to a national survey released today, one in three (33%) American adults report boycotting; and one in four (27%) report "buycotting," a product or service in the past 12 months because of the social or political values of the company that provides it.

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  • The least likely Americans to report either form of consumer activism are those in the North East, with only 22% "buycotting," and 23% boycotting in the past year.

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  • According to a national survey released today, one in three (33%) American adults report boycotting; and one in four (27%) report "buycotting," a product or service in the past 12 months because of the social or political values of the company that provides it.

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  • Although there have been a handful of businesses that have broken their word, "buycotting" is mostly win-win.

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  • They are about driving up the ratings of Glen Beck and buycotting Whole Foods.

    John Kasich: Tea Parties Are About Genuine Concerns, Not Anger - dan_riehl’s Diary - RedState

  • And those consumers could punish Dean by buycotting AND boycotting the product.

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