Tag: Seton Hall Sports Poll

Public Says LIV Has Diminished PGA and Pro Golf; By More than 2 to 1 Margin, Say LIV Is Saudi ‘Sportswashing’

The defection of many top golfers to the new LIV tour, along with their subsequent ban from PGA tournaments, has the American public thinking that both the PGA tour and professional golf in general have been diminished. Asked if the…

43 Percent of Americans Say Britney Griner Punishment ‘Unfair,’ 62 Percent Say She’s a Russian ‘Political Pawn’

Although she was barely known while playing for the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA, 65 percent of American adults now know who Brittney Griner is. Who is Brittney Griner? N=1,579   General Population Sports Fan* Non Fan Avid Fan Casual…

Americans Judge Single Season Home Run Record

56 percent of fans say Aaron Judge is the ‘rightful’ record holder, not Bonds; Fans approve of expanded wildcard format   South Orange, NJ October 14, 2022 – Aaron Judge’s pursuit of Roger Maris’ American League record of 61 home…

Sports Poll Featured by International Business Times, Sports Business Journal, The Athletic, Grant Wahl, Darren Rovell and More

The most recent findings of the Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured in media across the United States and beyond and included traditional news articles, Tweets, podcasts and radio shows. Media appearances included International Business Times, Sports Business Journal (three times), The Athletic, The Beat…

Sports Fans Cutting Cords, Wading into the Stream: 9 Pt. Drop in Cable, 6 in Satellite Subscriptions Last Year

South Orange, NJ June 14, 2022 – The television landscape has been gradually shifting for years, and the Seton Hall Sports Poll has been tracking this shift in how the American public is watching sports. In comparison to a May…

1 in 4 American Households Have Purchased or Sold Crypto/NFTs; Nearly 60% of Avid Sports Fans Have Indulged

Fans Like Benefits from NFT Ownership; Seek More While the concepts of cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.,) and non-fungible tokens (NFT) may still be foreign to many Americans, 24 percent of households in the U.S. have owned either or both. And…

Did a Stitch in Time Save the Mudville 9? By Nearly 3-1 Fans Did Not ‘Lose Interest’ Because of Baseball Work Stoppage

South Orange, NJ March 16, 2022 – After the announcement that Major League Baseball’s work stoppage was over and the 2022 season would be played in full, respondents to a Seton Hall Sports Poll expressed renewed interest in the game.…

With Omicron Declining, Super Bowl Viewers Return to Gatherings, But More ‘Cutting Cord’; Nearly Half of Americans Favor Sports Gambling, 22 Percent Will Bet on Super Bowl  

South Orange, NJ, February 10, 2022 – For this year’s Super Bowl, 36 percent of those watching say they will do so with people that include individuals outside of their immediate families. Apparently, Super Bowl parties are back. The number…

54% of Americans Say Only Vaccinated Fans Should Be Allowed to Attend Sporting Events; Finding Holds Across Regions, Age Groups and Gender

Despite L.A. plans to abandon mask requirement for Super Bowl, 58 percent say masks, vaccines and negative covid tests make attendance safer. 53% Say Tennis Star Novak Djokovic Rightfully Excluded from Australian Open    South Orange, NJ, February 4, 2022…

By More Than 3-1, Americans Agree with US Diplomatic Boycott of Winter Olympics; 40% Think US Should Have Pulled Athletes Too!

South Orange, NJ, Feb. 2 – By more than a 3-1 margin, the general population of the United States agrees with the decision to have diplomats boycott the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, which begin this Friday in Beijing, China. Citing…

 Fans: Two-Thirds Say OK for Athletes To Sit Out Due to Mental Health Issues, Think Teams Should Employ Mental Health Counselors   

South Orange, NJ, Jan. 6 – Some two-thirds of American sports fans say that it is “acceptable” for an athlete not to compete due to mental health issues or concerns. This is the case regardless of whether the athlete is…

Omicron Concerns? Poll Finds Sports Fans More Cautious About Attendance at Games – First Downward Trend Since Question First Asked in 2020    

South Orange, NJ, Dec. 20 – For the first time since the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine a year ago, the number of people saying they would attend a live sporting event has decreased. The Seton Hall Sport Poll has…