American Hypocrisy: They love Desperate Housewives but won’t admit it

A brief comparison of two survey results; one from Networked Insights and the other is from Nielsen, clearly indicated that a lot of Americans watch morally-sick Desperate Housewives but they don’t want to talk about it at social networks. Special thanks to Erick Schonfeld from TechCrunch who discovered this amazing finding earlier today:
Desperate Housewives, No. 2 on TV, doesn’t even rank on social networks, possibly because people don’t like to talk about their guilty pleasures.

Source: TechCrunch

Desperate Housewives, American Hypocrisy

So, what can we gather from such finding?

Can we say that Americans are nothing but a bunch of hypocrites?

Can we say that Americans are nothing but a bunch of pretenders?

I’m not going to say anything but you may draw your own conclusion. Have a nice day everyone! :-)
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