Less Than a Quarter of Americans Will Attend Super Bowl Parties, Study Says

Less Than a Quarter of Americans Will Attend Super Bowl Parties, Study Says

(RepublicanNews.org) – Super Bowl Sunday, one of the biggest TV events in American sports. Once the reason behind thousands, if not millions of parties. However, with COVID-19 still stirring fear in many, big gatherings don’t seem like a good idea.

According to a survey by Attest, less than a fifth of Americans plan to attend Super Bowl parties on February 13. Furthermore, just 14% of respondents planned to go to parties at all.

On the other hand, over half of all respondents said they would watch Super Bowl LVI as the Los Angeles Rams have a home-field advantage over the Cincinnati Bengals. Meanwhile, nearly a quarter showed no interest in watching the big game at all.

Around 41% of the 1,000 Americans Attest surveyed said they feel comfortable attending large game-day parties. Yet, many plan to stay home with their families due to COVID-19 and the Omicron variant.

The Superbowl will bring plenty of fun commercials into American homes — as long as they aren’t politically charged, anyway. Around 46% of respondents indicated they disapproved of political ads, while 63% indicated they wanted the commercials, which cost approximately $6.5 million for 30 seconds of airtime, to be light and funny.

How do you plan to spend Super Bowl Sunday?

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