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Top 40 Political Trends in 2017

#40 American Identity-Inspired Apparel
#39 Political Americana Streetwear
#38 Reimagined Refugee Paintings
#37 Inclusive National Rebranding Campaigns
#36 Bold Imperative T-Shirts
#35 Self-Satirizing Shirts
#34 Feminist Clothing Companies
#33 Coal-Made Dessert Pop-Ups
#32 Charitable Political Toilet Papers
#31 Political Social Media Comparisons
#30 Charitable Political Ales
#29 Political Candy Packaging
#28 Gay Rights Dance Parties
#27 Political Vodka Ad Campaigns
#26 Fake News Filters
#25 Video Debate Platforms
#24 Presidential Lie Detectors
#23 Presidential Rooster Statues
#22 Politically Symbolic Candles
#21 Feminist Card Games
#20 Provocative Bulletproof Posters
#19 Anti-Discrimination Fashion Campaigns
#18 Charitable Presidential Lollipops
#17 Reasoned Debate Platforms
#16 Fake News-Testing Games
#15 AR Love Messages
#14 Presidential Business Visualizations
#13 Virtual Politician Chatbots
#12 Feminist Art Exhibitions
#11 Reproductive Rights Zines
#10 Contradictory News Platforms
#9 Indigenous Athletic Campaigns
#8 Pro-Immigration Beer Commercials
#7 Presidential Countdown Calendars
#6 Luminous Environmental Activism
#5 Pro-Immigration Fashion Campaigns
#4 Rerun Football Commercials
#3 Satirical Canadian Guidebooks
#2 Diversity-Embracing Homestay Commercials
#1 NYC-Focused Athletic Campaigns
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From Referential Vodka Campaigns to Reimagined Refugee Paintings

Many of these 2017 political trends were created in response to the 2016 election, which caused certain conflicts to be amplified throughout the US and beyond. Although the election was an emotional time for many, it also allowed people to realize the importance of coming together and speaking out to support their beliefs.

One example that's included is the Budweiser ad that was created for the Superbowl. The content of the short video shows the value that immigrants bring to a country in reference to the beer brand, which was founded by Adolphus Busch, who traveled to the US to pursue his dreams. Another politically focused Superbowl ad came from Coca-Cola, which reran a former spot that celebrates diversity in the country to show that its identity is formed by all of those who call it home.
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