Thanks To The Legalization Of Sports Betting Americans Will More Often Watch Broadcasts
Seton hall sports poll poll showed that 70% of americans are more likely to watch the games they make bets.
Considering the growing number of states that legalize sports rates, the survey results look encouraging for sports leagues and companies broadcasting sports events.
On the other hand, 27% of 741 adults surveyed in the period from november 26 to november 28, the game, even if the victory of one of the teams.
People from 18 to 29 years old are more prone to watching broadcasts. 88% of respondents of this age group announced this with confidence.
Also, according to a survey, currently only 3% of americans have ever set money for daily fantasy sports.
40% stated that in may last year, they approved the decision of the supreme court on the provision of law to the states indepenently to finish the fate of sports betting. Amazing how contrasting gender indicators in this respect: 52% of men and only 28% of women have reacted positively to the decision of the supreme court. 16% did not support the decision of the supreme court, and 44% stated that they do not know the abolition of paspa opinion opinion on this account.
61% of respondents expressed the view that the betting provokes dishonesty in sports, and 33%, on the contrary, believe that this will not happen. Moreover, 35% stated that they want legal betting to be limited to the rules of professional sports.
Only 32% confirmed that thely be more likely to make sports rates in case of their legalization, 66% answered the question negatively.
In april last year, another seton hall sports poll survey shoded that 62% of americans wanted to regulate betting by the state authorities, and 27% of respondents believed that these functions shold comply with the federal government.
Recall that matt davy, ceo of sg digital, scientfic games divisions, believees that the betting potential of individual states, such as nevada and pennsylvania, can exceed all expectations.