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Super Bowl Poll: 58% of Fans Expect Colts’ Victory

Friday, January 26, 2007

Fifty-eight percent (58%) of America’s football fans believe that Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts will win it all on Super Bowl Sunday, February 4. Thirty-nine percent (39%) think that the Chicago Bears will emerge from the big game in Miami as Super Bowl Champion. For this survey, football fans are defined as those who watch at least one NFL game a week during the regular season. All but 9% of these fans will be watching the Super Bowl. Among those who will be watching, 65% will be rooting for the Colts while 35% will be Bears’ fans for the day. The Super Bowl always attracts a lot of viewers who don’t pay much attention during the regular season.

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