Sunday, November 28

Study determines the most loved and hated Pokémon of all time

In order to celebrate the launch next November 19th from Pokémon Shiny Diamond / Shimmering Pearl, the long-awaited remakes of Sinnoh that will finally arrive for Nintendo Switch, Ebuyer has conducted research to determine who are the most loved, hated, and talked about Pokémon of all time. Although Pikachu is considered to be the saga’s mascot and the most recognizable pocket monster by all, the truth is that the most beloved Pokémon in the world is Charmander, while Dragonite is considered to be the most hated creature of all time (something that, personally, we do not quite understand).

Pikachu and Eevee the most talked about; Dragonite and Mewtwo the most hated

As we have highlighted, the electric mouse is the most commented Pokémon by far, generating more than 2,300,648 conversations on social networks in the last 12 months. On the other hand, there is much less talk about Charmander – barely 265,760 conversations – although it is, by far, the Pokémon that generates the most positive sentiment with 31.2%. Poor Dragonite takes the cake as the Most Hated Pokémon with 11.9% negative sentiment very followed by Lucario and Mewtwo, both with 10.8% (yes, we don’t understand it either). Eevee, the Pokémon with the most evolutions, is the second creature that generates the most conversations with about 636,373.

Related to this last Pokémon that we mentioned, it should be noted that Umbreon, the sinister-type evolution of Eeevee, consists of the second most loved Pokémon behind Charmander with 30.8% positive feedback and very followed by Arcanine in third place with 27.1%. A striking detail is that Infernape and Torterra, the two initials of the fourth generation along with Empoleon, are the last Pokémon on the list in terms of the comments they generate on the Internet. Infernape has 36,707 comments, while Torterra reaches 31,770.



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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