I think I undertstand the purpose of this poll, as I have noted that there seems to be different American dialects across the USA where the word soda transmogrifies to Pop (poppe) right around the same place where a paper receptacle in grocery stores changes from 'bag' to 'sack'.
However, since the word CAFFENATED was ommitted I voted for 'soda'... Anything WITH the magical tasteless substance included falls more under the category of 'FUEL'
Am I the only one who's noticed though that the average carbonated beverage goes for around $.99 while bottled water is about $1.50? I find it interesting to note that people are willing to pay more to have someone's product NOT included in their beverage...
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