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FiveThirtyEight, "How Much Do Americans Really Care About Bipartisanship?"

Catholic News, "Vaccine proof beats full house in poll on post-COVID-19 sports attendance"

Miami Herald, "What does America think about Rangers allowing full capacity? Here's what a poll says"
Also appeared in: Idaho Statesman, Sacramento Bee, Fresno Bee, Modesto Bee, San Luis Obispo Tribune, Belleville News-Democrat (Illinois), Kansas City Star, Lexington Leader (Kentucky), Charlotte Observer, Raleigh News & Observer, Durham Herald-Sun, Myrtle Beach Sun, Hilton Head Island Packet, Fort Worth Star Telegram, Centre Daily Times 

Twitter @Darren Rovell  The @HallSportsPoll asked Americans if they would be comfortable attending a full-capacity outdoor stadium event of any type. General Population: 37% said YES. Sports Fans: 46% said YES. Avid Fans: 58% said YES.

The Houston Chronicle, "Poll: Majority of sports fans back MLB moving All-Star Game from Atlanta" 

Yahoo, "Poll: Half of Americans support athletes, leagues pushing for social change" 

Sports Business Journal, "Poll: Americans split on athletes, leagues pushing for social change" 

The Wall Street Journal, "NCAA Faces Showdown Over Player Compensation—and Future of College Sports" 

TIME magazine, "March Madness is Back. And It's Going To The Supreme Court Too"

LA Times, "Tone is set for MLB and players' union CBA negotiations, and it isn't amicable" 

Yahoo, The Morning Telegraph, Lancaster Online, The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, the Colorado Springs Gazette, "Tone is set for MLB and players' union CBA negotiations, and it isn't amicable" 

The Record and Asbury Park Press, "Eye on the ball: How watching TV sports has helped mental health during the pandemic"

NJ 101.5, "Poll Suggests Watching Sports Helped Mental Health During Covid"

CTAM SmartBrief, "Return of TV sports helped fans' mental health" 

The Washington Post
2/6/2021
Superspreader Sunday? Experts Worry Super Bowl Parties Could Trigger Coronavirus Explosion.

USA Today
2/6/2021
Super Bowl 55, Coronavirus Pandemic, Biden talks to CBS: 5 Things to Know this Weekend

Forbes (Written by Professor John Drake) 
2/6/2021
Super Bowl Parties Could Expose This Many People To SARS-CoV-2

The Athletic
2/5/2021
The Super Bowl TV Commercial is an Expensive Risk or Reward, Especially in 2021

New York Times, Morning News Brief
2/3/2021
Super Spreader Sunday?

WRAP
1/30/2021
NEWS: With nearly HALF of all U.S. traffic deaths on "Super Bowl Sunday" involving DUI and a new @HallSportsPoll showing that as many 1-in-4 adults say that they will STILL be attending parties for the big game this year, WRAP calls for safety on Feb 7.

Forbes, (written by Professor John Drake) 
1/30/2021
Will the Super Bowl Be A 'Super Spreader' For Covid-19?

Yahoo Finance
1/29/2021
Poll: 40% of Americans Ready to Attend an Outdoor Sports Event after COVID-19" Vaccine

Yahoo Finance, Philippines
1/29/2021
Poll: 40% of Americans Ready to Attend an Outdoor Sports Event after COVID-19" Vaccine

96.5 Jack, Seattle, WA. 
1/29/2021
Poll: Despite Pandemic, 25% Of People Say They'll Go To Super Bowl Parties

WJRZ, Manahawkin, NJ   
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

WMMR, Philadelphia, PA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

Sunny 102.7, Augusta, GA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

Country 102.5, Boston, MA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

WROR, Boston, MA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

WMGK, Philadelphia, PA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

B103.9, Cape Coral, FLA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

Kiss 95.1, Charlotte, NC
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

Hot Augusta, GA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

96 KRock, Bonita Springs, FLA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

MyQ105, Tampa, FLA
1/29/2021
New Poll Shows A Lot of People Plan on Attending Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

WJBR, Wilmington, DE 
1/28/2021
25% Still Planning Super Bowl Parties Despite Pandemic

ABC TV News, Las Vegas/MSN 
1/28/2021
CDC Wants Your Super Bowl Party to Take Precautions

The Washington Post
1/28/2021
Despite Pandemic, 25 Percent of Fans say they will go to Super Bowl Parties, Poll Shows

Twitter @Boston Radio Watch
1/27/2021
Some Breaking News from my friends at @HallSportsPoll: 42% people polled last weekend say they will not be watching Super Bowl 55 next week. Covid-19’s Impact on the Super Bowl

Twitter @Darren Rovell
1/27/2021
The survey answer ad agencies and Super Bowl broadcasters don’t want to show brands.

Twitter @Darren Rovell 
1/27/2021
JUST IN: 64% of those surveyed by @HallSportsPoll say they would not be gathering with other people that live outside of their homes for the Super Bowl.

Kansas City Star, Charlotte Observer, Miami Herald, Lexington-Herald Leader (Kentucky), The Herald Sun (North Carolina), Modesto Bee, Bellingham Herald and The News Tribune (Washington), The Island Packet (South Carolina), Idaho Statesman, The Telegraph (Georgia), NewsDeal (India), Ledger-Inquirer (Ohio), Belleville News-Democrat (Illinois) and more 
1/27/2021
How Will You Watch Bucs-Chiefs Super Bowl? COVID Changes Viewer Habits, Polls Show.

USA Today
1/27/2021
Poll: Despite pandemic, 25% Will Attend Gatherings to Watch Super Bowl 55 between Chiefs, Buccaneers

ESPN
11/30/2020
50 Percent Place Most Blame on Justin Turner for Covid-Laced World Series Celebration 

The Conversation 
11/30/2020
NCAA Amateurism Appears Immune to COVID-19 – Despite Tide in Public Support for Paying Athletes Having Turned

USA Today
11/24/2020
Social Justice Efforts in Sports Starting to Become Tangible

Twitter @darrenrovell
11/23/2020
Interesting Data from @HallSportsPoll on Whether People/Fans Have Tuned Out of Sports Because of Social Justice…

SportsPro Media
11/23/2020
US Sports Fans Waiting for Covid-19 Vaccine Before Attending Games, Survey Finds

Sports Business Daily
11/22/2020

Inside the Games
11/20/2020
Majority of Americans Would Not Attend Indoor Sports Without COVID-19 Vaccine

My Prince George Now, British Columbia
11/20/2020
Vaccine Needed for Sports Fans To Return

The SportDigest
11/20/2020
Survey Shows Majority of Americans Won’t Attend Indoor Sports Without COVID-19 Vaccine

New Jersey 101.5
11/19/2020
No Vaccine, No Sporting Events, Fans Say in Seton Hall Poll

The San Francisco Times
11/19/2020
NBA Should Pay Heed as Poll Finds Most Won’t Go To an Indoor Sporting Event Before Vaccine

Hockey Addicted
11/19/2020
Poll: Fans Still Won’t Go To Games Without Vaccine

ABC News
11/18/2020
Survey: Fans Still Say No To Attending Games Without a COVID-19 Vaccine

ESPN Radio, Nashville
11/18/2020
Poll: Fans Still Won’t Go To Games Without Vaccine

Yahoo
11/18/2020
Majority of Americans Won't Be Comfortable Attending a Sports Event Until COVID-19 Vaccine Is Available
Also appeared in Yahoo Singapore, Yahoo Australia, MSN and The Harris Poll

Deadspin
11/18/2020
NBA Should Pay Heed as Poll Finds Most Won’t Go To an Indoor Sporting Event Before Vaccine

Baltimore Post
11/18/2020
Poll: Fans Still Won't Go To Games Without Vaccine

Outsider
11/18/2020
Sports Fans Still Against Attending Games Without COVID-19 Vaccine

Twitter @NJHoopsHaven
11/18/2020
The Latest From @HallSportsPoll Which Surveyed 1,500 People on Whether They Would Attend an Indoor Sporting Event Before a COVID Vaccine Is Available

ESPN
11/18/2020
Survey: Fans Still Say No To Attending Games Without a COVID-19 Vaccine

Twitter @darrenrovell
11/18/2020
60% of Sports Fans Say They Wouldn’t Attend a Sporting Event Before a Vaccine Is Available

New York Times
4/19/2020
The Coronavirus Doesn’t Care When Sports Come Back

New York Times
4/13/2020
Economic Pain Will Persist Long After Lockdowns End

ABC News
4/13/2020
Poll: Public Mixed on Whether NFL Season Should Open on Time

Forbes
4/13/2020
NBA Must Prepare For Possibility Of Huge Revenue Drop in 2020-21

NJ.com
4/13/2020
Health Experts Rather Than Trump Should Decide When the NFL Season Should Begin, Poll Says

Washington Post
4/2020
Poll: Fans Won't Feel Safe at Games Without Virus Vaccine

USA Today
4/10/2020
There Will Come a Time When Sports Will Be Ready to Return. Will We Be?

USA Today
4/10/2020
Pro Sports May Come Back and Even Welcome Fans, But Would Fans Go?

NBC News
4/2020
Poll: Majority of Public Says Trump’s Urge for NFL Season to Begin on Time Was Inappropriate

The Hill
4/10/2020
Americans Want to Watch Live Sports Again, Just Not in Person

National Post (Canada)
4/10/2020
Poll: Fans Want Vaccines Before Attending Games

ESPN
4/9/2020
Poll: Sports Fans Won't Attend Games Without Coronavirus Vaccine

ESPN Africa
4/9/2020
Poll: Sports Fans Won't Attend Games Without Coronavirus Vaccine

USA Today
2/28/2020
Notable Numbers 

SportsNaut
2/28/2020
University Poll Shows Only 31% of NFL Fans in Favor of 17-Game Season

Yahoo News
2/27/2020
Nearly 50 Percent of People Think the Astros Cheating Investigation was a Cover Up

ESPN
2/27/2020
54% of Respondents in a Seton Hall Sports Poll Said This Week That MLB Should've Punished Astros Players for the Sign-Stealing Scandal

Sports Business Daily
2/27/2020
Closing Bell

ESPN
2/20/2020
Nine Chaotic Moments That Could Shake Up the Suddenly Stable NBA

Kansas City Star
2/19/2020
In Wake of Cheating Scandal, Survey Shows Astros Are Most-Hated Team by a Wide Margin

Catholic World Report
2/11/2020
Seton Hall Poll Says Toss Astros' Title
Also appeared in: Augusta Free Press, The Hamilton Spectator, Spot on Nebraska, The Toronto Star, Richmond Times Dispatch, Finger Lake Times, Bakersfield.com, Niagra Falls Review, The Jago Times, Yahoo Finance, Dallas Morning News, Dallas News, Yahoo Sports, The Eagle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Omaha World-Herald, Yahoo News UK, Bristol Herald Courier, Atlantic Broadband, Twitter @darrenrovell, FFGAM.ORG, ESPN

The Portville Recorder
2/10/2020
Sports Budget for Monday, February 10, 2020
Also appeared in: Kileen Daily Herald

O'Dwyer's
2/7/2020
Media Manuevers: Ex-BCW Chief Don Baer Named Meredith's Lead Independent Director

News 12 NJ
2/06/2020
Rotation of Stories, Feb. 6 and 7

Twitter @darrenrovell
2/6/2020
"JUST IN: 27.7% of People Polled by 
@HallSportsPoll Says the NBA Should Change Logo to Kobe, 66.9% of 18- to 29-Year-Olds Said They Should."

Yahoo! Sports
12/01/2019
If Guilty As Charged, Astros Should Lose 2017 Title, New Poll Insists

The Times
11/25/2019
ICYMI: Poll Says No Criminal Charges for Myles Garrett; Majority Say Kaepernick Deserved Audition with NFL Teams

96.3 XKE
11/25/2019
Would You Rather Have Your Favorite Team or Candidate Win in 2020?

103.9 SUNNY FM
11/25/2019
Would You Rather Have Your Favorite Team or Candidate Win in 2020?

Post and Courier
11/25/2019
Commentary: What Would You Prefer: Winning the White House or a Super Bowl Ring

FOX Business
11/24/2019
Americans Prefer Political Victory Over Sports Championship Run: Poll

WN.com
11/24/2019
Americans Want Their 2020 Candidate to Win More Than Their Favorite Sports Team, Poll Says

Inside Sources
11/24/2019
Is A Liz Warren White House Worth A Super Bowl Ring?

The Washington Times
11/24/2019
Men, Women, Sports, Politics

Lehigh Valley Live 
11/24/2019
Eagles Super Bowl or your presidential candidate? Most pick politics over sports.

Twitter @Patrick_J_Egan
11/24/2019
What would you most like to see happen in 2020, your favorite team winning the Super Bowl or World Series or your favorite candidate winning the election?"
college grads: candidate: 81%; team: 16% less than HS:  candidate: 55%; team: 31%

ESPN
11/23/2019
"52% of respondents to a Seton Hall Sports Poll this week said the Astros should be stripped of their 2017 world title if found guilty of electronic sign-stealing that year — 35% disagreed & 14% said they don't know or have no opinion. As to whether other MLB teams engage in such stealing, 69% of the people polled said they think so & 13% disagreed."

Lucianne.com
11/23/2019
Men would rather see favorite team win Super Bowl than candidate win election

Liberty Unyielding
11/23/2019
Men would rather see favorite team win Super Bowl than candidate win election

Inquisitr
11/23/2019
Americans Want Their 2020 Candidate To Win More Than Their Favorite Sports Team, Poll Says

Hot Air
11/23/2019
Men Would Rather See Favorite Team Win Super Bowl Than Candidate Win Election

Newsweek
11/22/2019
Almost 30% of Men Care More About Their Team Winning a Championship Than Chosen Candidate Winning 2020 Election 

NJ.com
11/22/2019
Eagles Super Bowl or your presidential candidate? Most pick politics over sports.

New York Post 
11/22/2019
Men would rather see favorite team win Super Bowl than candidate win election

Yahoo! Finance 
11/22/2019
Americans Prefer Political Victory Over Sports Championships

Sports Naut
11/22/2019
POLL: 52 PERCENT OF FANS SAY MLB SHOULD STRIP ASTROS OF 2017 TITLE IF GUILTY OF ELECTRONIC SIGN-STEALING

Yard Barker
11/22/2019
Poll finds fans think MLB should strip Astros of 2017 title if guilty of electronic sign-stealing

Political Bull Pen
11/22/2019
Men Would Rather See Favorite Team Win Super Bowl Than Candidate Win Election

Twitter @frntofficesport
11/22/2019
"According to the Seton Hall Sports Poll, 8% of the American public said they did not know or had no opinion on whether they would rather their preferred candidate win the 2020 presidential election than their favorite team win the Super Bowl or World Series."

Twitter @pkcapitol
11/22/2019
"28% of men would prefer their favorite MLB or NFL team win the World Series or Super Bowl, than see their favorite 2020 candidate win the White House, per new Seton Hall poll. As someone who grew up in Philly area, I'm surprised it's not a higher %."

Twitter @darrenrovell
11/22/2019
"28% of men would rather have their team win the Super Bowl than want their choice of 2020 Presidential candidate to win. Only 11% of women chose Super Bowl over President (Source: @HallSportsPoll)"

Twitter @readDanwrite
11/22/2019
"NEW Seton Hall Sports Poll: 52% say Astros should be stripped of 2017 World Series win "if found guilty of electronic sign-stealing." survey was of 712 U.S. adults over the past week."

Media Post 
11/22/2019
Politics Actually More Partisan Than Team Sport, Albeit Less So for Men

Augusta Free Press
11/22/2019
Dudes more likely to want a Super Bowl, Series than their pick for prez

Forbes 
11/21/19
If Guilty As Charged, Astros Should Lose 2017 Title, New Poll Insists

Flipboard
11/21/2019
If Guilty as Charged, Astros Should Lose 2017 Title, New Poll Insists

The Washington Post 
11/20/19
The NCAA’s Noxious Behavior Has Done the Impossible: Unite Political Ideologies

USA Today 
11/12/2019
How the Game Changed in College sports: 'It's like lighting a fuse'

LMT Online
11/7/2019
The NCAA's noxious behavior has done the impossible: Unite political ideologies.

Sentinel Source
11/7/2019
The NCAA's noxious behavior has done the impossible: unite political ideologies.

360 Magazine
11/1/2019
NBA and China

USA Today
10/30/19
Notable Numbers: MLB Umpires, The Best of Any Major Sport

Casino.org
10/30/2019
NFL Officiating Opinions Are Affected by Sports Betting Believe Nearly Two Thirds of Americans

Robins Post
10/29/2019
Sports Betting News: Two-Thirds Of Americans Think Betting Influences Reactions To NFL Officiating, Poll Finds

Legal Sports Report
10/29/2019
Two-Thirds of Americans Think Betting Influences Reactions to NFL Officiating, Poll Finds

NJ.com
10/29/2019
World Series 2019: Are MLB Umpires Better or Worse than NFL Referees? Washington Nationals Fans Won’t Like This Survey

Liberty Headlines
10/28/2019
POLL: 77% of Americans Believe NBA Should Stand Up to China

ESPN Tweet
10/28/2019
Respondents Gave a 64% Approval Rating to MLB Umpiring…

@JoanGralla (Newsday)
10/25/2019
NBA & China
Also tweeted by: Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Darren Ravell and ABC (Australia Broadcast Co. Radio)

FOX Business
10/25/2019
Americans Support Rockets GM's Hong Kong Tweet, Say LeBron Acted from Financial Interest: Poll

Twitter @darrenrovell
10/25/2019
@HallSportsPoll Results: Only 9% say they believe Rockets GM Daryl Morey should be fired for his Hong Kong tweet, while 77 percent say "keep him & defend his freedom of speech."

USA Today Sports
10/25/2019
Poll: Americans Back Rockets' GM Daryl Morey on Hong Kong, China

Action Rush
10/15/2019
80% of People Believe Sports Betting Should Be Legal According To Seton Hall Poll

The Atlantic
10/14/2019
The NCAA Will Never Fix Itself

US Bets
10/14/2019
Poll: Approximately 80% Of Americans Support Legalized Sports Betting

Casino Buzz
10/11/2019
More Americans In Favor Of Sports Gambling: Report

Poker News
10/11/2019
Inside Gaming: UFC Unveils New Sports Betting Product

Press Reader
10/11/2019
Notable Number

Casino.org
10/10/2019
Seton Hall Survey Says 80 Percent of Americans Support Legalized Sports Betting

Darren Rovell
10/10/2019
Tweet to His 2.1 Million Followers

Gambling.com
10/10/2019
80% Support Legal Sports Betting Nationwide, New Poll Finds

The Action Network
10/10/2019
Poll: 80% of Americans Now in Favor of Sports Betting Legalization

USA Today
10/10/2019
Lawmakers forcing slow-moving NCAA to pick up the pace of change

USA Today Classifieds
10/9/2019
Seton Hall Sports Poll: Public Supports Antonio Brown Suspension, but Not as a Standard Procedure for NFL

ESPN
10/8/2019
51% of Respondents to a New Seton Hall Sports Poll said Antonio Brown Should Have Been Suspended

Yahoo Finance
10/8/2019
Poll: 60% of Americans Support College Athletes Getting Paid Endorsements

Augusta Free Press
10/4/2019
Poll: Do You Care One Way or The Other About Home Runs in MLB?

Daily Caller
10/4/2019
POLL: 60% Of People Think College Athletes Should Be Allowed To Profit From Their Likeness

ESPN
10/4/2019
NCAA president Mark Emmert calls California law 'new form of professionalism'

FiveThirtyEight
10/4/2019
Is Impeachment More Popular Because Of Ukraine? Or Because Voters Are Sheep?

Inside Higher Ed
10/4/2019
The Push for Player Pay Goes National

Long Room
10/4/2019
POLL: 60% Of People Think College Athletes Should Be Allowed To Profit From Their Likeness

NBC Sports
10/4/2019
How will the Fair Pay To Play act change things in college basketball?

Yahoo News
10/4/2019
NCAA president: College Athletes Being Allowed to Get Endorsements 'a New Form of Professionalism'

Yahoo Sports
10/4/2019
How will the Fair Pay To Play Act Change Things in College Basketball?

Yahoo Sports
10/4/2019
NCAA president: College Athletes Being Allowed to Get Endorsements 'a New Form of Professionalism'

CBS Sports
10/3/2019
Fair Pay to Play Act: States Bucking NCAA to Let Athletes be Paid for Name, Image, Likeness

Darren Rovell
10/3/2019
JUST IN: New results from ⁦@HallSportsPoll⁩ on the public's opinion of college athletes being able to cash in on their name, image and likeness.

Football Scoop
10/3/2019
Poll: 60% Believe College Athletes Should Profit from Name, Image, Likeness

MSN
10/3/2019
Poll: 60 Percent of Adults Think College Athletes Should Profit from Name, Image and Likeness

NBC Sports
10/3/2019
Poll: 60 Percent of Adults Think College Athletes Should Profit from Name, Image and Likeness

The Journal Times
10/3/2019
Shannon Ryan: Big Ten Coaches Would be Wise to Get on Board with Allowing Players to Profit Off Their Names, Images and Likenesses
Also appeared in: Arizona Daily Star Online, Atlantic Broadband, Bakersfield Californian Online, Beatrice Daily Sun, Bellingham Herald Online, Bismarck Tribune Online, Bradenton Herald Online, Bristol Hearld Courier Online, Casper Star-Tribune Online, Centre Daily Times Online, The Charlotte Observer Online, Elko Daily Free Press Online, Fremont Tribune Online, Fresno Bee Online, Idaho Statesman Online, Kenosha News, Lexington Herald-Leader Online, Lincoln Journal Star, Madison, Miami Herald Online, Missoulian Online, Modesto Bee Online, MyWave,Northwest Georgia News, Quad City Times, Rapid City Journal, Ravalli Republic Online, The State Online, Sun Herald Online, The Times-News Online, Wiscnews.com.

Chicago Tribune
10/2/2019
Column: Big Ten Coaches Would be Wise to Get on Board with Allowing Players to Profit Off Their Names, Images and Likenesses

Vegas Casino Online
New Poll Shows 80% of Americans are in Support of Legalized Sports Betting

DigiDay Magazine
09/9/2019
As Sports Gambling Becomes More Mainstream, Publishers Place Their Own Bets