Data Insights2019-04-17T11:44:32+01:00


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Americans say March Madness Final Four is one of top three most exciting sports events of the year

3 April 2019|Tags: , |

DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... The Super Bowl, NBA Finals and March Madness Final Four were ranked as the most exciting sporting events of the year. March Madness is underway, and new research from YouGov RealTime finds that Americans consider March Madness’ Final Four to be one of the year’s most exciting sporting events.

Soaring high on public support, will Chennai Super Kings be the champions yet again?

20 March 2019|Tags: , , , |

DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... In India cricket is not just a sport but a shared public sentiment. It comes as no surprise that cricket is the most watched sport in the country and the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League is eagerly awaited by fans. As the nation prepares for the new IPL season starting March 23rd, YouGov India ran a survey to gauge the excitement levels of people.

Most NCAA basketball fans say it’s not right that college athletes don’t get paid

15 March 2019|Tags: , , |

DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... As March Madness is set to tip off next week, new data from YouGov Plan & Track shows that a slight majority of all US adults appear to support the idea that student-athletes should receive some of that income. Just over half don’t believe athletes need to attend college before going pro, either.

Nike’s Dream Crazier not generating as much attention as Dream Crazy

13 March 2019|Tags: , , |

DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... Data shows more Ad Awareness and Word of Mouth following the Colin Kaepernick ad campaign. Early evidence from YouGov Plan & Track suggests that Nike’s recent Dream Crazier ad push, featuring Serena Williams, isn’t generating the same amount of attention among the general public as its Colin Kaepernick-narrated Dream Crazy spot launched last September.

John Humphrys – Transgender Athletes: Fair or Unfair Competition?

6 March 2019|Tags: , |

DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... With the 2020 Olympic Games just over a year away a row has blown up about what conditions, if any, should apply to transgender athletes wishing to compete. It mirrors a much wider debate about how society should deal with the issue of transgenderism. Are we too restrictive? Or should the law reflect the views of those who regard changing gender as a purely personal decision that should be free of restriction in any walk of life?