The Tokyo Olympics: An Australian recap

2021-08-24T13:40:49+01:00

BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... The aim of this piece is to answer the questions on the top of everyone’s mind faster than Ariarne Titmus swam in her gold-medal-winning 400m freestyle. That’s three minutes and 56 seconds.

The Tokyo Olympics: An Australian recap2021-08-24T13:40:49+01:00

The power of the FIFA video game franchise

2021-09-03T13:33:22+01:00

BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... The FIFA video game series has been around since the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis console generation of the early 1990s, and the franchise is one of the most important titles in the video game industry.

The power of the FIFA video game franchise2021-09-03T13:33:22+01:00

Almost half of Brits say Manchester City are favourites to win League

2021-08-13T18:00:08+01:00

BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... As the Premier League 2021-22 season gets underway, we ask the public which club they feel is the best prepared to win the title. Manchester City emerge as the overwhelming favourites, drawing a vote of confidence from almost half of all those who picked a club (45%).

Almost half of Brits say Manchester City are favourites to win League2021-08-13T18:00:08+01:00

Summer Olympics likely to get same attention even if it was held every two years

2021-08-11T09:04:44+01:00

BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... The Olympic Games have become one of the most anticipated sports in the world. However, it’s a four-year wait for fans of the mega-event. What if the Olympics took place every two years instead of four? Would people pay as much attention to the event?

Summer Olympics likely to get same attention even if it was held every two years2021-08-11T09:04:44+01:00

Which factors motivate you to watch the Olympics?

2021-08-06T17:00:21+01:00

5 August 2021 ... As we enter the final weekend of the Tokyo Olympics, we explore the factors that have driven consumers in the United States and Great Britain to watch the sporting mega-event.

Which factors motivate you to watch the Olympics?2021-08-06T17:00:21+01:00

Racism in football: how has opinion changed among ethnic minority fans?

2021-08-11T08:55:25+01:00

BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... The Three Lions made headlines by continuing to taking the knee throughout the Euro 2020 tournament in protest at racial inequality and abuse. Now, ahead of the start of the new domestic season, the EFL has reaffirmed their support for players and staff members choosing to continue taking the knee before matches.

Racism in football: how has opinion changed among ethnic minority fans?2021-08-11T08:55:25+01:00
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