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By a 2-1 margin, and In the first measurement of “speed-up” rule changes initiated this year by Major League Baseball, 46% of Americans believe that these changes, especially limiting visits to the mound, will make the game feel like it’s going faster. Only 24% said it would not feel faster, (31% had no opinion.) The Seton Hall Sports Poll, conduct…
 
By a margin of 55% - 35%, the American public favors legalized betting on sports events, according to a poll conducted this week by the Seton Hall Sports Poll. And by a margin of 48% - 42%, those same respondents feel that legalized betting would negatively impact the integrity of sporting events. Even among those favoring legalized gambling, one o…
 
Vice President Mike Pence’s decision to remain seated as the combined North and South Korean teams entered the stadium during Olympic Opening Ceremonies received a harsh rebuke from the American public - by 3-to-1, according to a Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week. A strong 66% said the gesture was not appropriate, with only 18% supporting …
 
The Winter Olympics in South Korea may be 14 time zones removed from the Eastern Time Zone of the US - but 43% of Americans say they plan to watch NBC’s live streaming content during the Games, with only 48% saying they did not have such plans. A big chunk of the country - 63% - say they will watch at least some coverage of the Games, which begin F…
 
Reflecting a season-long decline in viewership, a Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week shows 54% of Americans planning on watching Sunday’s Super Bowl, down from 68% when the same question was asked two years ago. Interestingly, of those who identified themselves as people who “closely follow” the NFL, 16% say they won’t be watching. Another …
 
By a margin of 49% - 35%, Americans have said “no” to the inclusion of Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The two have not yet been elected by the Baseball Writers, who are voting now for the 2018 inductees. Both seemingly had Hall of Fame credentials even before their linkage to performance enhancing drugs. The poll also s…
 
A Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 71% of Americans would like President Trump to stay out of the NFL controversy surrounding the protest actions of players during the national anthem. 23% say he should continue to comment. Just a month ago, 37% felt it was appropriate for the President to get involved in the issue, when the question was posed…
 
In a week in which a record number of home runs were hit in a single World Series game…..and post-season coverage provides continuous use of the strike zone boundaries for each pitch….fans are clear that they want umpires - and not a computer - calling balls and strikes…..but also suspicious of the use of performing enhancing drugs driving all thos…
 
By a 47% to 42% margin, Americans believe that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should have ordered the league’s players to stand during the national anthem. By a wider margin - 55% v. 37% - people said it was inappropriate for President Trump to request that people sign a petition saying that the players stand. The Poll also asked a number of questi…
 
Statisticians at the Seton Hall Sports Poll dug a little deeper this week, looking at figures reflecting the opinions of people who identified themselves as “fans of the NFL,” and separating their responses to the overall responses published last week. The excision of those results showed that nearly a third - 30% - said they were watching fewer ga…
 
A poll conducted this week by the Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 84% of American support the NFL players’ right to protest, with only 16% saying the players should be ordered to stand for the anthem or be dropped from the team if they refuse. Of the 84% supporting the players’ right to protest, 49% felt they should find a different way to ex…
 
With the NFL and NHL about to move into Las Vegas for the first time, nearly half of the US population foresees the increased likelihood of players, referees or team officials gambling on the outcome of games. A Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 46% responded yes to the question of increased likelihood for gambling on games, while 42% thought the l…
 
A clear majority of the American public believes that television revenue generated by the NCAA Basketball Tournament has turned collegiate athletics into too big a business, detracting from a university’s academic goals. 53% responded “yes” to that question in a Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week among 739 adults across the country. 35% res…
 
If younger people are to set the trend for the future of legalized gambling in America, they are certainly showing support for the concept today. Asked by the Seton Hall Sports Poll this week, “It’s been said a lot of people bet on sporting events anyway, so government should allow it and tax it. It’s also been said legal betting on sporting events…
 
An era of cord-cutting may loom in the future, but for now, traditional television viewing of the Super Bowl has a firm grasp on the American public. According to a Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week in the days after the game, a whopping 98% watched on TV, with only a combined 1% - barely - watching on phone, tablet or computer. Meanwhile,…
 
The November Seton Hall Sports Poll, asked Americans how they felt about the concussion/head injury issue in football. People were asked if they most agreed with President Obama’s feelings about having to think twice about letting a son play football, or President-elect Trump’s statement that head-on-tackles in the NFL are incredible to watch and t…
 
By a 58% to 24% margin, Americans believe that professional leagues and college conferences are not doing enough to police instances of sexual abuse by athletes. A total of 58% said “no” on the question of doing enough to police the instances, with only 24% saying enough was being done. By 72% to 16%, Americans believe that male athletes discuss th…
 
Viewership for NFL games is down approximately 12% this season, sending league and club officials in search of reasons. A Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week asked people to identify factors accounting for the drop. Each question was asked separately, allowing for a yes, no or don’t know response. Thus, respondents could weigh in on each of …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Seton Hall Sports Poll Podcast. In this premiere episode, Seth Everett & Poll Director Rick Gentile discuss the poll's latest findings on the recent controversy involving Colin Kaepernick & other NFL players NOT standing for the National Anthem. Americans disapprove by nearly 2 to 1 (with many having no opinion) of San Fr…
 
By more than a 2 to 1 margin, the nation believes the National Football League has not been honest in recent years on the subject of head injuries, according to a Seton Hall Sports Poll. While 26% believe the league has been honest, 58% feels it has not been. 51% feel the NFL is not doing enough to protect its players from concussions and head inju…
 
Nearly a quarter of the US population is more likely to buy a product endorsed by an athlete involved in a prominent sporting event, according to the latest Seton Hall Sports Poll, conducted last week. The poll playfully asked who among the Presidential contenders would have the best chance of leading a basketball team to a Final Four berth, and fo…
 
Despite recent accusations hurled at Peyton Manning over PED use (by Al Jazeera) and his behavior in college, his approval ratings remain high among the American public and seemingly not influenced by the negative publicity at all. And while basketball fans have become enamored with Steph Curry, his approval rating still trails established veterans…
 
The latest Seton Hall Sports Poll, which polled 771 Americans (by landline and cellphone across the nation), was unveilved on January 28, 2016. With the Super Bowl coming right as the presidential primary season “kicks off,” Americans said they were following the presidential contests by more than a 2-to-1 margin over football, with 60% choosing th…
 
73% of Americans say they are either very or somewhat concerned about attending a sporting event in a large venue, following the Paris attacks last week which included terrorist activity outside of Stade de France during a major soccer match. The Seton Hall Sports Poll was conducted this week (Nov 16-18) among 879 random adults across the country, …
 
Despite ongoing investigations by the Justice Department and the FBI into whether daily sports fantasy games are a form of gambling, the American public is divided on whether commercials for those sites should be appearing in televised sports events. A Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week (Oct. 26-28) among 820 random adults across the countr…
 
Rebroadcast of a Podcast concerning the October 7 Seton Hall Sports Poll. From "Sports with Friends: American sports fans have become accustomed to seeing advertising for fantasy sports games (involving the selection of players), while viewing live sports. While sports long embraced a “No Betting” concept with fans, the operators of such companies …
 
Established in 2006, the Seton Hall Sports Poll is the nation's only college-based poll addressing issues of the day from the world of sports. Sponsored by The Sharkey Institute and emanating from the college's renowned Still School of Business, the poll has surveyed the nation's populous on matters of interest, such as PED use, gambling, public fu…
 
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