The Card Against Humanity cards can be found at the grocery store, the movie theater, and the mall.
You might have seen them in movies, or at the local pharmacy.
But in real life, they’re not the most popular cards, according to a new study.
They’re less popular than they were even a few years ago, according the University of Pennsylvania.
“There is some evidence that they have declined in popularity, particularly over the past decade or so,” the authors wrote in the study.
The researchers found that, from 2000 to 2016, the percentage of cards with a negative review rate fell by 9 percent, from about 18 percent to 12 percent.
That’s not a huge decline, since the percentage with a positive review rate increased from 14 percent to 24 percent.
But the authors said the decline was “substantially offset” by a decline in negative review rates.
And if that weren’t enough, they found that the negative review rating for a card’s price fell from about 13 percent in the 2000s to about 8 percent in 2016.
That means that in 2016, a card was more likely to be bought by someone who did not want to use the card, or even that someone did not like the card.
The study authors said their findings show that “a consumer’s perception of their brand has a significant effect on the likelihood they will purchase the card.”
For instance, if you’re buying a new car, the chances of your brand being a big seller in that year are about 50 percent.
For the study, the authors analyzed the popularity of different types of cards, and then compared the percentage that cards were reviewed in a particular year.
They also looked at the percentage change in that rating over the decade.
The takeaway is that it is important for consumers to take into account that they’re buying something that could be negative, and that it’s going to be scrutinized in a way that could negatively affect the overall experience of the card,” they wrote.
The study was published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.