Not nearly enough people completed it, 30000 was the minimum number that they wanted and I think they just barely made it to that target. We still don’t know what the actual numbers are as duplicates have to be removed and I have an uneasy feeling that more could be disqualified because people were openly broadcasting that they’d done it numerous times from different IP’s.
Too many vendors are more concerned with making as much as they can in the short term rather than seeing the bigger picture, which is why the market is flooded with products with child appealing and shit labelling, and IP theft. Wilful ignorance is no excuse for the numbers being so low on this.
When it comes to advocacy people don’t seem to care, I’ve heard shop owners and big US reviewers often say that consumers don’t want to hear about it. To me that’s bizarre as advocacy is the only thing that will save vaping, and you can be damn sure those same reviewers will do fuck all when it comes time to act. Unfortunately TeamFreeShit is what gets attention in this business.
It’s also interesting to note that no US scientists were willing to do something like this yet they churn junk science daily, using your tax dollars to fund it.