I disagree. Sure there are anecdotes supporting your argument but the reality is, if you’re someone who thinks WalMart is your “go-to” store, or if you call WalMart “Wally World”, you’re not the client I’m targeting. You don’t shop at WalMart for quality, you shop there because it’s cheap. Plain and simple.
There are many many photographers/artists from very humble backgrounds. Your assertion implies that poorer people don’t understand what constitutes good art. That isn’t any reality, simply your perception; we’ve already seen a Lord on here who knew nothing of photography whilst there are photographers like David Bailey who have worked their way up from nothing.
Just because some can’t afford decent photography doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate the difference between good and bad.