Poll shows 70% of Americans more likely to watch games they bet on

The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 70% of Americans are more likely to watch games that they place bets on.

Considering the increasing number of states allowing for sports betting, the survey results look encouraging to sports leagues, and those that broadcast their games.

On the other hand, 27% of the 741 adults surveyed through cellphone or landline from November 26-28, said they wouldn’t be more inclined to watch a game if they place a wager on it.

The age group of 18- to 29-year-olds are the ones most likely to tune in when making bets, with 88% answering in the affirmative.

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