Which Ad Image Tugs Most at Folks' Hearts?

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Let’s say, just for the sake of argument, that an advertiser was inclined to manipulate the emotions of potential customers and, as the old saying goes, “tug at their heartstrings.” Which of several images would be most likely to serve that purpose?

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