The Seton Hall Sports Poll was cited by media across the country, including Forbes, ESPN, USA Today, CNBC, The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, CBS, ABC, MSN, Breitbart, NY Daily News, Yahoo Sports, The Sporting News, UK's Daily Mail, Star Ledger, Miami Herald, Arizona Republic, San Francisco Chronicle and radio stations all throughout the land. In addition, Benjamin Watson, an NFL player for the Baltimore Ravens, cited to the poll in an article he wrote on SportsBlog.
On ESPN, in addition to a print piece written by sports business analyst Darren Rovell, the Poll's results were featured on the TV shows "First Take" and "Outside the Lines."
The most recent Sports Poll asked the public questions on the declining viewership of NFL games, the potential for "rigging" various sporting events and the presidential election, and what they thought about "locker room talk."
Media highlights include:
The Sporting News, "Is Donald Trump Right about Colin Kaepernick and NFL TV Ratings?"
San Francisco Chronicle, "Twitter Woes; Anthem Protests and Assorted Backlashes"
Legal Sports Report, "Poll: Nearly Half of Americans Think Sporting Events can Be Rigged"
Sports Illustrated, "About 50% of Americans Believe Sports could Be Rigged"
The Arizona Republic, "California conservatives to observe polling stations"
SportsBlog (article from Benjamin Watson, NFL player,
Baltimore Ravens), "More than just National Anthem Protests for NFL