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Seton Hall Sports Poll

Seton Hall Sports Poll


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Hosted by Seth Everett & Rick Gentile. The poll has surveyed the nation's populous on matters of interest, such as PED use, gambling, & key sports figures

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By a 2-1 margin, and In the first measurement of ?speed-up? rule changes initiated this year by Major League Baseball, 46% of Americans believe that these changes, especially limiting visits to the mound, will make the game feel like it's... more

By a margin of 55% - 35%, the American public favors legalized betting on sports events, according to a poll conducted this week by the Seton Hall Sports Poll. And by a margin of 48% - 42%, those same respondents feel that legalized betting... more

Vice President Mike Pence's decision to remain seated as the combined North and South Korean teams entered the stadium during Olympic Opening Ceremonies received a harsh rebuke from the American public - by 3-to-1,... more

The Winter Olympics in South Korea may be 14 time zones removed from the Eastern Time Zone of the US - but 43% of Americans say they plan to watch NBC's live streaming content during the Games, with only 48% saying they... more

Reflecting a season-long decline in viewership, a Seton Hall Sports Poll conducted this week shows 54% of Americans planning on watching Sunday's Super Bowl, down from 68% when the same question was asked two years ago.... more

By a margin of 49% - 35%, Americans have said ?no? to the inclusion of Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The two have not yet been elected by the Baseball Writers, who are voting now for the... more

A Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 71% of Americans would like President Trump to stay out of the NFL controversy surrounding the protest actions of players during the national anthem. 23% say he should continue to comment.... more

In a week in which a record number of home runs were hit in a single World Series game…..and post-season coverage provides continuous use of the strike zone boundaries for each pitch….fans are clear that they... more

By a 47% to 42% margin, Americans believe that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should have ordered the league's players to stand during the national anthem. By a wider margin - 55% v. 37% - people said it was inappropriate for... more

Statisticians at the Seton Hall Sports Poll dug a little deeper this week, looking at figures reflecting the opinions of people who identified themselves as ?fans of the NFL,? and separating their responses to the overall responses published last... more