Why Are Soap Operas so Popular?

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We cannot deny the fact that Soap Operas are very popular. Some of the reasons could be the fact that soap operas deal with everyday issues such as love, betrayal, forgiveness and revenge. Soap operas also deal with the quest for wealth something most of us aspire to. The characters are also very familiar. From the poor home worker to the rich wealthy barons, they all exist in our societies. Ladies more often love soap operas because of the way emotions are portrayed. These among numerous other reasons make soap operas overly popular.
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