BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... Real Madrid, La Liga’s most historically successful club, also sits atop our list of clubs with the current highest Buzz score. YouGov FootballIndex, which has recently launch in Spain, tracks public perception of the world’s leading clubs and teams, across multiple markets every day.
BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... If money or geography were not an issue, many consumers would consider attending the Olympics live in-person. By looking at Consideration scores, continuously collected YouGov SportsIndex data shows which events or leagues a COVID-weary public would most like to see in six key markets as we turn the page on 2020.
BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... While uncertainty surrounds the scale of the Olympic Games which Tokyo will host in 2021, YouGov SportsIndex data shows that Japanese people continue to consider the event the world’s most prestigious sports property.
BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... Podcasts are an advertiser’s dream. More than half of podcast listeners in the United States don’t skip over the ads even though they easily can and about a third say they don’t find them to be an intrusive form of marketing, perhaps a result of the intimate nature of what is often host-read copy.
BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... The Cleveland Indians owner plans to change the team’s name – which has been deemed racist by some groups in recent years. The decision to change the name has Major League Baseball fans in the United States divided, new YouGov data shows.
BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... For sports fans, the effects of pandemic protocols are most obvious when watching live games: Covered seats, cardboard cutouts, or the hushed tones of stadiums hidden with artificial crowd noise. Leagues are making earnest attempts to bring a sense of normalcy to our lives upended by COVID-19, but there’s no real replacement for fans in the stands.
Podcasting may look relatively unpopular among NFL fans but for younger NFL fans, the opposite is trueFlinn Tetlow2020-09-18T12:59:30+01:00
BLOG | by Victor Gras ... Sometimes it feels that barely a week passes between announcements of a new sports podcast. There is no doubt that this relatively new medium is here to stay but how popular is it among American sports fans? And just how valuable is it to have granular data when it comes to media consumption?
BLOG | by Liam Randell ... For more than 100 years the AFL Grand Final has stood as the premier event in Australia’s sporting calendar. The final this year will be very different, with the AFL breaking away from an MCG afternoon Grand Final to an evening spectacle hosted in Queensland at The Gabba. While debate is healthy, let’s use data and insights to see how things currently sit with the Australian public.
BLOG | by Neil Hayes ... The recent restrictions on social gatherings have seen sporting events played behind closed doors – or with a limited number of fans in attendance – leaving many fans searching for alternative ways to follow their favourite sports teams. So where are we now in terms of how fans are accessing content?
BLOG | by Liam Randell ... Do Australian sports and teams do enough to address and support key social issues in Australia? Should brands and partners get involved? And with such a heavy cluster of issues where does sport even begin to identify what sports fans truly care about? Fortunately, our latest YouGov Profiles dataset has these questions covered for you.