Posted 8 days ago
“Avid fans” of Major League Baseball (MLB) are more likely to support the relocation of the All-Star Game, according to a new poll published Monday.
Morning Consult surveyed 2,200 adults from April 2-4 regarding MLB’s decision to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia, to Denver, Colorado, in response to Georgia’s new voting law.
The poll found that 62% of “avid” fans of MLB supported the company’s move. Forty-three percent of overall self-described “sports fans” supported the decision, Morning Consult found. In total, 39% of adults surveyed supported the relocation, according to the poll.
A majority of Democrats applauded the move, with 65% supporting the decision, the poll showed. Only 14% of Republicans polled supported the decision, while 56% opposed... (Read more)