It's no surprise, that California has a few things that other states don't such as beautiful weather...(usually), scenic-worthy beaches, entertainment galore, & rich and famous celebrities surrounding the Golden State.
Which brings us to the topic of cancel culture being one of the highest of any state, according to Merriam-Webster.
What is cancel culture? According to Vox, "The rise of “cancel culture” and the idea of canceling someone coincides with a familiar pattern: A celebrity or other public figure does or says something offensive. A public backlash, often fueled by politically progressive social media, ensues. Then come the calls to cancel the person — that is, to effectively end their career or revoke their cultural cachet, whether through boycotts of their work or disciplinary action from an employer."
So, it's no shocker that Californians are swift to "cancel" notable stars compared to anyone in the country, reported by OnlineCasinos.com
- 59% of Californians' ranked the highest to unfollow rate of canceled celebrities.
- They also peaked the highest in the nation with the reason being for “inappropriate social media actions.”
- Cali-based respondents added that it would take them over a year to re-follow a canceled celebrity.
- On the contrary of the highest state to cancel, Idaho ranks as the most forgiving state.
- While Nebraska would amend quickly by creating peace with the stars.
The study surveyed 2,000 Americans about their [point of views] toward cancel culture, with the survey consisting of a weighted scoring system that considered whether respondents would unfollow a canceled celebrity, whether they would write negatively on social media about a canceled star, and how long it would take them to refollow a canceled celeb.