Seton Hall Sports Poll 2018-19
Women and Seniors Wary of Sports Betting, According to New US Poll
US Poll Credits Sports Betting with Increasing Sports Consumption
Poll Shows 70% of Americans More Likely to Watch Games They Bet On
New Jersey Survey Finds Link between Betting and Viewership
Gambling Will Help Viewership But Fear Games Can Be Fixed, Says Poll
Gambling Will Help Viewership, Poll Finds, But There Remains Fear Games Can Be Fixed
Women and Seniors Are Wary of This New U.S. Legal Sports Betting Landscape, Poll Finds
70% of Americans Say They Are More Likely to Watch a Sports Event They Bet On
Darren Rovell, ESPN– Twitter
'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
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…'
Poll Indicates Fans Don't Like Baseball's DH Rule
Along the Boards
San Francisco 49ers Cheerleader Takes a Knee During National Anthem
William Weinbaum, ESPN – Twitter
'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)
College Basketball Recruiting: Time to Bring Black Market Aboveboard
Augusta Free Press
Poll: Do you like the DH?
Poll Shows Baseball Fans Want Wild Card Games to Actually Be Short Series
Americans Would Prefer Multigame Series in Wild-card Round, Poll Finds
Seton Hall Sports Poll Tackles Kaepernick, Serena, Tiger, And Urban Meyer