April 2016 - Concussions, Women's vs. Men's Soccer, NBA Draft Age

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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 injuries (vs. 35% who feel they do), While a national dialogue on the matter of equal pay for women plays out on the Presidential campaign trail, on the matter of members of the US Women’s Soccer team (World Cup champions), receiving comparable pay to members of the Men’s team, 73% indicated they should receive the same pay, with an additional 11% saying they should receive more. With the NBA Commissioner saying he would like to raise the minimum age to draft players from 19 to 20, this effectively meant college players would have to complete two years, not one. 55% of respondents agreed with the two years of college plan, with only 13% supporting one year. The Seton Hall Sports Poll has been conducted regularly since 2006. Media: Marty Appel Public Relations

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