Covid-19’s Impact on the Super Bowl

Nearly Half Expect Game to be Less Exciting Than Previous Years; Nearly Two-Thirds Won’t Attend Watch Parties With Others 42 Percent Say They Will Not Watch, Though More Using Smart Devices, Less TV South Orange NJ, January 27, 2021 – The Covid-19…

By 3 to 1 Margin Americans Say Astros Investigation was a Coverup and Players Need to Be Punished; 17% less inclined to follow baseball because of handling of Astros scandal; 63% Have Less Respect for US Government Following Impeachment Proceedings

17% less inclined to follow baseball because of handling of Astros scandal; 63% Have Less Respect for US Government Following Impeachment Proceedings South Orange, NJ – February 27, 2020 — By a sizeable margin, a majority of Americans feel that…

28 Percent of Men Would Rather Their Favorite Team Win the Super Bowl or World Series Than Their Favorite Candidate Win the 2020 Presidential Election; Only 11 Percent of Women Feel the Same

Twenty-one percent of Americans said they spent more time watching the impeachment hearings than entertainment shows or sports events SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – November 22, 2019 – By 74 to 19 percent, the American public said they would rather their…