BLOG | by Victor Gras ... The worlds of sports and entertainment often cross but with the Oscars, the Super Bowl, the Grammys and the NBA All-Star game all coming thick and fast at this time of the year, we thought it would be interesting to compare the relative appeal of America’s top events.
BLOG | by Victor Gras ... There are championship wins. And then there are big championship wins. The kind that stick in your memory for years. The stories with the biggest heroes, the tiniest of underdogs, the loudest of chokes. Following this year’s Super Bowl – and the excitement created by the Chiefs’ win – we thought we’d look back through our US data to see which recent championship wins were the biggest.
DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... A San Francisco 49ers fan and Kansas City Chiefs walk into a bar. What kind of beer do they order? Funny you should ask, because we actually know that. YouGov’s BrandIndex and TeamIndex tools tell us a lot about what these fans like.
DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... About one-quarter (26%) say they plan to watch the game at home by themselves or other members of the household. But 10 percent are planning to attend a Super Bowl party at someone else’s home, while 2 percent are planning to watch the game at a bar or restaurant.
DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... The NBA is holding its draft Thursday evening and everyone is expecting Zion Williamson to go No. 1. Fifteen percent of Americans, and 30 percent of avowed NBA fans, plan to watch the event on ESPN on June 20th.
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.
BLOG | by James Stibbs ... As the NFL-watching world prepares for the Super Bowl this weekend, we thought we’d ask Americans how significant the game is to them compared to other important events in their calendar.