ResearchBase: NFL Lockout Perception Study

Anyone who follows sports, even a little bit, is probably aware of the looming battle between the National Football League and its players union. (For those who need to catch up, you can find a great primer and some Q&A courtesy of the Washington Post.)

As part of our ongoing launch of ResearchBase, our partners at SurveyAnalytics have shared a recent short survey they conducted on perceptions around some the key issues in the NFL debate.

So far, one thing is clear: of those who are familiar with the debate, the overwhelming opinion is that both the NFL and its players are at fault for this struggle that could potentially stall the 2011-12 season. That can’t be good news for either side.

Full results of the study, along with the raw data, can be found in the attached files.

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SurveyAnalytics NFL Lockout Perception Study, April 2011
[PowerPoint Deck]
[Raw Data]

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About Joshua Hoffman

Joshua Hoffman is Technology Specialist at Microsoft and a frequent contributor to Research Access.