Sure, you may have a refined palate when it comes to wine, or coffee, or peanut butter, but that doesn’t mean that everyone who is buying the stuff you hate is wrong.
I never cared much that people disliked Dan Brown’s or Stephanie Meyer’s books. I liked them just fine. I was intrigued by one and engaged in the other.
On the other hand, when I was a kid in the 80’s, I never could understand how anyone could like Twisted Sister or Motley Crue. I’m mean, come on! They were a joke. Horrible music with comically bad lead singers. Twisted Sister actually dressed up pretty much like clowns!
And they laughed all the way to the bank. I’m not their market. In fact, I’m probably the necessary anti to make their posi (their fans) more powerful.
So now when something I dislike succeeds, I have to take a look at it and try to understand what’s going on. I have to say to myself, “Huh. That art doesn’t work for me. Is it because millions of people have been tricked? Or is it that I don’t understand those millions of people?”