These November 2016 political trends range from election day cookie giveaways to presidential candidate portraits that show a political figure's more approachable and relatable side.
With the US presidential election just days away, artists, major brands and everyday citizens are all sharing their political views in ways that are not only captivating but also viral. When looking at the month's most relevant branded content, standouts include North of Brooklyn's 'Give Canada the Vote' campaign which lets Toronto-based pizza lovers share their political views while indulging in themed pies.
Other notable examples include Budweiser's presidential debate-themed brand activation that featured a mix of candidate-inspired brews and a parade with horses that was hosted at Washington University in St. Louis.
Additional November 2016 political trends include more subtle nods to the election like presidential potato chip packaging, food trucks and even themed restaurant menu items.
Top 20 Political Trends in November
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Architectural Barrier Walls
Political Food Trucks
Emotive Politician Photography
Atypical Policitical Posters
Canadian Pizza Elections