More Bad News for the Super Bowl

More Bad News for the Super Bowl
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A new Seton Hall Sports Poll shows that interest in the Super Bowl appears to be waning, and its results reported that 16 percent of those who considered themselves to be close followers of the NFL will not watch Sunday’s Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots.

The survey reported that 54 percent of those polled planned to watch the Super Bowl, a 14 percent drop from the 68 percent who said they planned to watch the game when surveyed two years ago.

Of those people surveyed who said they “closely follow” the NFL, a group the report’s authors called “NFL fans,” 16 percent said that they would not be watching the big annual game.

The poll did not reveal the reason behind why those who said they would not watch the game were choosing to abstain.
 Source: The Blaze

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