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POLL: Which Super Bowl ad was your favorite?

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The Super Bowl is now over and many people are returning to work and talking about the ads.

There were several ads that caught our attention and we want to know which one you liked the most!

Vote for your favorite ad in the poll below and be sure to tune in at 10 p.m. for the results. The results will also be posted on our Facebook page at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Here are links to the commercials:

  • Which Super Bowl ad was your favorite?

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Amazon: Alexa loses her voice
    8%
    27 votes
    Doritos Blaze and Mountain Dew Ice
    6%
    18 votes
    Tide: David Harbor
    7%
    22 votes
    Jeep: Jeff Goldbloom
    1%
    2 votes
    NFL: Eli Manning and O'Dell Beckham Jr.
    40%
    128 votes
    Pringles: Bill Hader
    1%
    3 votes
    Budweiser: Disaster Relief
    8%
    25 votes
    Bud Light: Bud Knight
    2%
    5 votes
    M&M: Danny Devito
    8%
    26 votes
    RAM: Vikings Commercial
    20%
    63 votes
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