Global Sport Institute Polls
Global Sport Institute National Snapshot Poll: Fall 2022 - How Do Americans View Modern Athlete Activism?
The poll sought to examine respondents’ views of activism among athletes two years after the civil unrest that followed George Floyd’s murder in 2020 and impacted all corners of sport and society. Athlete activism remains a major story across many major sports competitions, as seen during and prior to this year’s FIFA World Cup, as well as in the events surrounding Russia’s detainment and recent release of U.S. Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner.
On behalf of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, Latino Decisions implemented an international online survey of adults from April 18-27, 2020. Overall 750 respondents were interviewed for a margin of error of +/- 3.58%.
This national survey was commissioned by the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University and conducted by OH Predictive Insights via opt-in online platform. The sample size was 1,800 completed surveys, with a MoE of ± 2.31%.
In this poll, we sought to discover the awareness of coaches and players of color in the NFL and the and identify perceptions and expectations for Super Bowl Sunday.
On behalf of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, Latino Decisions in coordination with Lucid implemented an international online survey of adults from February 12-20, 2021. Overall 751 respondents completed interviews for a margin of error of +/- 3.58%.
In this poll we sought to Identify how much the general public knows about transgender people and issues facing the transgender community; discover the opinions of the public, in general, regarding transgender athletes; and determine the overall consensus regarding how transgender and non-transgender athletes should interact.
In this poll we sought to identify the attitudes of the general public towards the new rules about college athletes’ Name, Image and Likeness, (NIL) and their reasons behind supporting or opposing the NIL rule, discover the best practice of how to implement the NIL rule, and identify the public’s perception of the demographic groups that will benefit most from the implementation of allowing college athletes to profit from their NIL.
In a poll of 2,400 Americans, 62 percent said they did not bet, but a dominant plurality said they supported the idea of legal sports betting, which was made legal for states to approve by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018.