The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 57 percent of sports fans and 68 percent of avid fansfavor Spring football; a majority intend to follow the USFL and like its new rule changes.
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The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans overwhelmingly favor sports sanctions against Russia since the invasion of Ukraine.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that by a nearly 3-1 margin fans did not 'lose interest' because of baseball work stoppage.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found a double digit jump in public support for student-athlete name, image, likeness payments and that a majority of fans say March Madness players should be paid.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 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
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 54% of Americans believe that only fully vaccinated fans should be allowed to attend sporting events.
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, 70 % say teams should employ mental health counselors.
The findings from the most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured by the New York Daily News, Sports Business Journal, ESPN, the Miami Herald and in media outlets across America.
Baseball: 30% of fans (and 44% of avid fans) say they‘ll have 'less interest’ when games resume; fans are divided on rule changes but favor DH, shorter season and more playoff games.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that fans support the baseball team in Cleveland dropping 'Indians' as its name, are Ok with ‘Braves,’ but divided on the "Tomahawk Chop."
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that even if there are no fans or foreign athletes' families in the stands, nearly half of Americans will still be watching.
More than half of Americans want vaccine proof, social distancing and masks as sports venues move to full capacity; among sports fans 60 percent favor vaccine requirement for event attendance.
Findings on student-athlete compensation, baseball's rule changes and the mental health benefits of sports on TV during the pandemic, were featured in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, LA Times and more.
By more than 2-1, the public says student athletes should be allowed to profit from use of Name/Image/Likeness while the number opposed to general student athlete compensation dropped dramatically.
Seton Hall Sports Poll Shows One Third of Americans Say Sports on TV a Positive for Mental Health in Pandemic; Majority Say March Madness Bubble Fair to Student Athletes
The Seton Hall Sports Poll's findings on the Super Bowl were featured in The Washington Post, New York Times, USA Today, and by hundreds of regional news outlets and radio and TV stations.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll gauged the public pulse on the impact Covid-19 may have on the upcoming Super Bowl.
Findings from the Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured by media outlets across the country and the globe, including ABC News, ESPN, MSN, Yahoo Finance, USA Today and more.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 61% agree with athletes' right to speak out for social justice; but more than a third say it hinders their desire to watch games, ruins sports as an "escape."
The latest Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 67 percent of Americans said they would not attend an indoor sporting event without the availability of a vaccine for COVID-19.