Americans support this strike: 57 percent support and 28 percent oppose. The most common response, at nearly half (45%), is strongly supporting this strike.
About half (47%) who follow the league say that this year’s title would count just as much as any other year—fans shouldn’t put on asterisk next to it. More than a quarter (28%) think one should, saying that the championship this year is diminished.
The list included several athletes, and although none of them made it to the championship celebrity list – some did a lot better than others. So, who are the top five athletes Americans would want to see off the court, and in the office?
By more than two to one, Americans do not expect Major League Baseball will be able to finish its season.
In the wake of a COVID-19 outbreak among players and staff of the Miami Marlins, most Americans interested in Major league Baseball say the season should be postponed.
Two in five (40%) of Americans don’t think it’s safe for professional athletes to resume play, according to data from the latest Economist / YouGov survey.
Some Americans appear to crave live televised baseball so badly, they may be willing to alter their sleep schedule.
A plurality of people that watched the draft (36%) think Burrow shows the most promise among the 2020 quarterback class.
YouGov’s BrandIndex and TeamIndex tools tell us a lot about what these fans like. Both the 49ers fan and the Chiefs fan are likely to ask the bartender for either a Budweiser or Bud Light. These two beer brands have the highest percentage of current customers among fans of both teams headed for Super Bowl LIV at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on February 2.
The global streaming service, Netflix, has topped YouGov’s annual US Buzz Rankings for the second consecutive year with a score of 29.2.
Among US adults who plan to watch the Super Bowl, the most popular thing to serve or eat during the game this year will be chips and dip.
From the World's Most Admired people to the most popular kind of wine, here are the top things we learned this year from YouGov polls and surveys.
Medical schools and hospitals dominate YouGov’s 2019 Brand Advocacy Rankings.
Most (66%) Americans say they believe the National Basketball Association should prioritize freedom of speech over its own business interests, according to new YouGov data.
For the second year in a row, the streaming giant has topped YouGov’s list of brands that generated the most positive Word of Mouth among US adults aged 18-34.
The American public in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll is clearly on board with the concept of equal pay. In the specific national team-soccer federation conflict, they side with the American women’s team.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, Americans believe success should determine sports salaries for both sexes.
Megan Rapinoe, a co-captain of the US Women’s National Soccer Team and prominent LGBTQ advocate, has earned international praise for helping to lead America to the World Cup semifinals against England on Tuesday. Rapinoe gained even more attention after an off-the-field showdown with President Donald Trump that played out on Twitter.
There's no doubt that that the Women's World Cup is making bigger waves than most other sports events this summer. In both the United Kingdom and the United States, matches have broken viewing records.The United State's round of 16 game against Spain drew 3.1 million Americans to their screens.
The NBA is holding its draft Thursday evening and everyone is expecting Zion Williamson to go No. 1. Fifteen percent of Americans, and 30 percent of avowed NBA fans, plan to watch the event on ESPN on June 20th.We asked who is the best No. 1 draft pick of...