NFL players spent last season showing their hatred for the military and the symbols of America by kneeling or raising a racist black power fist during the national anthem.
Patriotic Americans were appalled by spoiled millionaires openly demonstrating their anti-American feelings.
But the NFL just got wind of a new poll that the America-hating protesters won’t like one bit.
Donald Trump emerged victorious in the public relations battle over kneeling during the national anthem.
The President led the pro-American backlash to the disgusting protests last September and the league was blindsided that a good portion of their fan base sided with the President.
Now a new poll shows just how deep a hole the NFL dug by embracing the anti-American protests.
According to a Fox News poll released on Thursday, the NFL’s net favorability rating comes in at 42%. Only former FBI Director Robert Mueller, Rudy Giuliani, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Roseanne Barr, have lower favorability numbers.
The NFL’s lack of popularity stands out even more, when looking back at where the league was only five years ago. In October of 2013, the league had a 64% favorability rating. By October of 2017, those numbers had fallen to 46%, and now, to 42% Numbers which show a 22% decline in the league’s popularity in less than five years.
Even more disconcerting, is the fact that only 21% of men under 45 have a strongly favorable view of the league. While only 19% over the age of 45 have a strongly favorable view. Conversely, 24% of men over 45 had a strongly unfavorable view of the league. Given the NFL’s male dominated demographic, particularly among middle-aged and older males, these numbers do not bode well.
At 42%, the league hits an all-time low in unfavorability among registered voters.
Millions of Americans are fed up with NFL players disrespecting the memories of fallen veterans and smearing law enforcement officers.
Will NFL players get the message and cut out their disgusting displays during the national anthem?
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