By Anthony Salvanto, Jennifer De Pinto Fred Backus and Kabir Khanna
A controversial no-call of go interference within the NFC Championship had lots of soccer followers speaking about the usage of on the spot replay. On the whole, 45 p.c of soccer followers say on the spot replay needs to be used extra usually than it’s now, however 41 p.c assume it is getting used the correct amount already.
Fifty p.c of Individuals say the NFL ought to require gamers to face if they’re on the sector in the course of the, whereas 50 p.c say the league ought to enable gamers to both stand or kneel in the course of the anthem as they select.
Total, most Individuals really feel skilled athletes can use their platforms to speak politics or increase points if they want, however they divide on the place they really feel athletes ought to take action. Thirty-one p.c say athletes can achieve this wherever they like; 46 p.c say athletes ought to achieve this, however not throughout sporting occasions.
Wanting again on the controversy surrounding NFL gamers protesting by kneeling in the course of the nationwide anthem, most Individuals assume President Trump (63 p.c) and the league and workforce homeowners (66 p.c) dealt with the matter inappropriately. The general public is cut up on how the gamers dealt with it: 49 p.c say they acted appropriately, whereas 51 p.c say inappropriately.
On the Tremendous Bowl LIII match-up, extra soccer followers need to see the Los Angeles Rams win (47 p.c) than the New England Patriots (27 p.c). For 1 / 4 of followers, it would not matter. The Rams are additionally the selection amongst Individuals total.
The CBS Information survey is carried out by YouGov utilizing a nationally consultant pattern of 1,596 U.S. residents interviewed on-line between January 28-31, 2019. This pattern was weighted in keeping with gender, age, race, and schooling based mostly on the American Neighborhood Survey, carried out by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, in addition to 2016 Presidential vote and registration standing. Respondents had been chosen from YouGov’s opt-in panel to be consultant of all U.S residents. The margin of error is 2.6%.