Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Nebraska Cornhuskers fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.
This week’s SB Nation Reacts polling focused on the topic of whether fans support players unionizing if they moved forward with that. Exactly 50-percent of fans in fact did, while approximately 34-percent said no, and 16-percent said only if they play.
If you want the lazy graphic math answer, that totals up to 66-percent of fans support a players association.
Avert your eyes if this is a sore point with you right now. 82-percent of fans voted that they expect the college football season to be either cancelled or postponed. While we were not polled on the semantics of how postponed the word “postponed” means, go check Kirk Herbstreit’s Twitter account for potential clarity on the meaning perhaps, that’s a big majority right there.
Okay, I lied above. You got the big, lazy math graphic first that time. Now we get the detailed breakdown to something Big Ten program fans are already aware of the answer to. 42-percent of fans believe the season will be moved to the spring (curious how that would look today if repolled) and 40-percent believe it will eventually be cancelled entirely. Only 18-percent (probably all the SEC fans participating in this) voted that their football season will be fully played out.
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