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Seton Hall Sports Poll 2018-19

USAOnlineCasino.com
01/09/19
Women and Seniors Wary of Sports Betting, According to New US Poll

USAOnlineCasino.com
12/30/18
US Poll Credits Sports Betting with Increasing Sports Consumption

CalvinAyre.com
12/06/18
Poll Shows 70% of Americans More Likely to Watch Games They Bet On

Gambling News
12/06/18
New Jersey Survey Finds Link between Betting and Viewership

Follownews.com
12/04/18
Gambling Will Help Viewership But Fear Games Can Be Fixed, Says Poll

Forbes
12/04/18
Gambling Will Help Viewership, Poll Finds, But There Remains Fear Games Can Be Fixed

USBets.com
12/03/18 
Women and Seniors Are Wary of This New U.S. Legal Sports Betting Landscape, Poll Finds

Yahoo! Finance
11/30/18
70% of Americans Say They Are More Likely to Watch a Sports Event They Bet On

Darren Rovell, ESPN– Twitter
11/30/18
'88 Percent of 18-29 Year Olds Said They Would Be More Interested in Watching a Game If They Bet on It, According to Latest @HallSportsPoll.'

Richmond Times – Dispatch
11/05/18
A National Poll Conducted by Seton Hall University’s Sports Poll Has Found That 56% of Americans Say They Have Watched the NFL This Season, with 31% of Those Finding the Game 'Less Enjoyable…' 

Forbes
11/05/18
Poll Indicates Fans Don't Like Baseball's DH Rule

Along the Boards
11/03/18
San Francisco 49ers Cheerleader Takes a Knee During National Anthem 

William Weinbaum, ESPN – Twitter
11/01/18
'Of Respondents in a Seton Hall Sports Poll This Week Who Say They Watched the W.S., Only 11% Approve of the DH Rule in Just the A.L. park — 41% Say They Don't Know or Have No Opinion…'

Courier Journal (Part of the USA Today Network)
11/01/18
College Basketball Recruiting: Time to Bring Black Market Aboveboard

Augusta Free Press
11/01/18
Poll: Do you like the DH?

Forbes
10/02/18
Poll Shows Baseball Fans Want Wild Card Games to Actually Be Short Series

ESPN
10/01/18
Americans Would Prefer Multigame Series in Wild-card Round, Poll Finds

Forbes
09/30/18
Seton Hall Sports Poll Tackles Kaepernick, Serena, Tiger, And Urban Meyer

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