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Coke v. Pepsi Challenge Coke v. Pepsi Challenge Presentation Transcript

  • Coke v. Pepsi CHALLENGE Conducted by: Nathan Rider, Alyssa Conner, Ryan Hay
  • Introduction
    • This Challenge was created to see which popular brand of cola is actually most liked among middle-aged Americans.
  • Methods
    • 20 Middle Aged adults (10 men and 10 women) were given a blind taste test of both Coke and Pepsi.
    • Neither brand was revealed to the subjects
    • Coke was marked “A” and Pepsi was marked “B”
    • Both brands were served cold in unmarked white bathroom cups.
  • Questions
    • The following slides showcase the questions each person was asked after tasting both colas.
    • The results of said questions are on the following respective pages.
  • Question 1
    • “ Which had a better flavor?”
    • COKE: 12
    • PEPSI: 8
  • Question 2
    • “ Which cola is sweeter?”
    • Coke: 12
    • Pepsi: 8
  • Question 3
    • “ Which cola is more carbonated?”
    • Coke: 11
    • Pepsi: 9
  • Question 4
    • “ Which cola is smoother?”
    • Coke: 8
    • Pepsi: 12
  • Question 5
    • “ Which cola do you like better?”
    • Coke: 12
    • Pepsi: 8
  • Question 6
    • “ Do you normally drink Coke or Pepsi?”
    • Coke: 12
    • Pepsi: 8
  • Conclusion
    • It is clear that the preference among our test group was coca-cola on almost all parameters tested.
    • We can now state, with evidence, that Coke preferred over Pepsi.