Individuals Reject Divisive Political Shows on the Tremendous Bowl 

Nearly all of Individuals don’t need to see politics at Sunday’s Tremendous Bowl. 

Polling reveals 84% of probably voters mentioned Tremendous Bowl LVII is not any place for political demonstrations, based on a Conference of States Motion/Trafalgar Group survey. Solely 10% of these interviewed mentioned they need to see political or cultural statements within the sport’s protection.  

“Sporting occasions in America have at all times been a spot the place Individuals may come collectively and rejoice inspirational moments and discover unity, equivalent to 1984 USA males’s hockey crew victory, or the singing of the nationwide anthem in Yankee Stadium after the assaults on 9/11,” Mark Meckler, president of Conference of States, mentioned.  

“However the radical left’s obsession with making all features of American life subservient to their politics has discovered its approach into our nationwide pastimes, as they discover new methods to divide us from our neighbors,.” he mentioned. 

“The excellent news is the American folks have had sufficient and are displaying that they’re prepared to maneuver previous this obsession with woke politics and the stain it placed on our nation,” Meckler continued. 

The polling follows years of Individuals rising weary of athletes politicizing sporting occasions. In 2019, girls’s soccer participant Megan Rapinoe turned down an invite from President Donald Trump to go to the White Home. NFL participant Colin Kaepernick began kneeling at NFL video games in the course of the nationwide anthem to protest police brutality in 2016. 

Lia Thomas, a organic male, competed on the College of Pennsylvania males’s swim crew for 3 years earlier than making headlines by figuring out as feminine and transitioning to the ladies’s crew in 2022. 

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Individuals throughout the political spectrum are united of their distaste for political shows in sporting occasions. Roughly 80% of impartial voters, 76% of Democratic voters, and 93% of Republican voters surveyed mentioned they need athletes and media to “deal with the sport.”  

Conference of States/Trafalgar group performed the survey of greater than 1,000 probably voters between Feb. 2 and 5. Shut to six% of these surveyed mentioned they weren’t positive concerning the acceptable intersection of politics and sports activities.  

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