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A new survey by underwear maker Tommy John shows that half of all Americans have terrible judgment.
In other words, they don’t change his or her key undergarment daily.
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Which, honestly, should be against the law.
“These skivvies are skeevy,” wrote Theresa Braine in a perfect lede for the New York Daily News.
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The company announced that some 2,000 men and women responded to the survey. The results are troubling: 45 percent said they wear the same underwear for two or more days; 13 percent said they wear the same pair for — ew — up to a week.
Curtis Houck, managing editor of NewsBusters, knows about this phenomenon: “I had a housemate in college who was in the latter camp and he thought it was no big deal,” he tweeted. “Totally flabbergasted that other people didn’t do that.”
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HuffPost‘s Ariel Edwards-Levy questioned the methodology of Tommy John’s survey.
“This is from a ‘survey’ conducted by an underwear company,” she tweeted. “The full methodology available for this ‘survey’ is the statement ‘we surveyed 2,000 men and women.’ There are no toplines. News outlets that write up these things are doing a disservice to their readers.”
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She hollered at Tommy John, writing, “Yo @tommyjohn, would you like to share: 1) Field dates 2) Survey house 3) Sampling frame 4) Mode 5) Weighting criteria, if any 6) Toplines/questionnaire 7) Why none of this was included in the press release?”
She added, “‘Haranguing an underwear company on Twitter for their methodological transparency’ is certainly a culmination of a number of professional and life choices I have made.”
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