Among all those surveyed by the Discover Fan Loyalty Poll throughout the season, women edged out men by a small margin as the most loyal college football fans. When their team is having a bad season, 87 percent of women and 85 percent of men follow their games every week. When asked if they regularly wear clothing with their team’s logo, 52 percent of women and 49 percent of men responded with yes, and 82 percent of women’s and 79 percent of men’s families and friends know which team is their favorite. The two agreed on a weekly commitment to their team, as 79 percent of men and women say it’s very important to watch their team’s games each week.The 14-week Discover Fan Loyalty Poll was conducted by Rasmussen Reports, a nationally recognized leader in polling, who gathered sentiment by phone from 800 college football fans who follow games at least once per week on television, radio, in person or online.
Discover Fan Loyalty Poll: SEC Fans Prove To Be Most Die-Hard
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