When we die, what happens to the people around us and what happens when we go?
A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that more than half of Americans think that the way they die will be decided by their family, friends and loved ones.
The Pew study asked Americans to rank the ways in which they want to die.
They gave it a rating of “disappointment” or “disappointed” and then asked whether they thought their family would be able to care for them in the future.
When asked whether their loved ones will be able or willing to look after them in a later life, only about half of respondents thought they would be prepared.
When people are asked what they want from their loved one’s last moments, nearly two-thirds of people say they want them to be there for them, but only about three-quarters say their loved in the process will be there.
When it comes to their loved’s final hours, only 40 percent of people want their loved to die with them.
While the survey found that only 41 percent of Americans believe their loved is ready to receive their last rites, more than two-fifths of those polled think their loved would be better off dying as they live out the rest of their lives.
PepsiCo said that while the company is not trying to discourage its customers from purchasing the ad campaign, it has “deep concerns” about the way in which it will be marketed.
“We have deep concerns about the message of the ad and the way it will impact consumers,” PepsiCo’s executive vice president of public affairs, Steve Cawley, said in a statement.
“Peps and PepsiCo do not endorse the beliefs of anyone in this ad.
PepsiCo is proud of our commitment to supporting people of all faiths and backgrounds.”
While the ad is no longer available on the company’s website, the campaign has also been featured on several other outlets, including ESPN.