America's Favorite Football Team?

By USDR

As the leaves finish changing color and begin to fall to the ground, the football season is about one-third of the way done and how the teams are looking for the season is shaking out. Are there surprising teams who have yet to win any games? And, on the other side, are there teams where folks are scratching their heads, saying, wow, how are they unbeaten? Yes and yes.

But, no matter what changes on the field, one thing that remains the same is that the Dallas Cowboys are the favorite team of adults who follow professional football. The Green Bay Packers move up one spot to number 2 and the Denver Broncos make one of the largest moves on the list, going up 14 spots to 3rd from a tie for 17th in 2011. Rounding out the top five favorite football teams are the New York Giants, up three spots from 7th to 4th, and the New England Patriots, who drop from number 4 to number 5.

These are some of the results of 

The Harris Poll

 of 2,577 adults surveyed online between September 18 and 24, 2013 byHarris Interactive

. (Full results, including data tables, can be found here.)

Certain teams have moved up or down more than others this year. Besides Denver, some of the largest movers this year include:

  • The Seattle Seahawks, who moved up 15 places on the list from number 27 in 2011 to number 12 this year;
  • The Indianapolis Colts, who dropped 13 places from number 6 to number 19;
  • The Tennessee Titans dropped ten spots, from number 21 to number 31;
  • The Oakland Raiders moved up nine places, from number 25 to a tie for number 16; and,
  • The San Francisco 49ers moved up eight spots, from number 16 to number 8.

For the fourth time in a row, the Jacksonville Jaguars are at the bottom of the list.

Even though there is still plenty of football to play, the Super Bowl is not too far away. Over one-quarter of those who follow professional football (28%) say the Denver Broncos will be the Super Bowl champions in February, while 14% say it will be the Seattle Seahawks. Just under one in ten believe the New England Patriots (9%) or the San Francisco 49ers (8%) will win the Super Bowl, and 7% believe it will be the Green Bay Packers. Almost every team has a few die-hard fans who believe their team will manage to win the big game with one exception – no one who follows professional football believes the Jacksonville Jaguars will win the Super Bowl.

But, no matter what changes on the field, one thing that remains the same is that the Dallas Cowboys are the favorite team of adults who follow professional football. The Green Bay Packers move up one spot to number 2 and the Denver Broncos make one of the largest moves on the list, going up 14 spots to 3rd from a tie for 17th in 2011. Rounding out the top five favorite football teams are the New York Giants, up three spots from 7th to 4th, and the New England Patriots, who drop from number 4 to number 5.

These are some of the results of 

The Harris Poll

 of 2,577 adults surveyed online between September 18 and 24, 2013 byHarris Interactive. (Full results, including data tables, can be found here.)

Certain teams have moved up or down more than others this year. Besides Denver, some of the largest movers this year include:

  • The Seattle Seahawks, who moved up 15 places on the list from number 27 in 2011 to number 12 this year;
  • The Indianapolis Colts, who dropped 13 places from number 6 to number 19;
  • The Tennessee Titans dropped ten spots, from number 21 to number 31;
  • The Oakland Raiders moved up nine places, from number 25 to a tie for number 16; and,
  • The San Francisco 49ers moved up eight spots, from number 16 to number 8.

For the fourth time in a row, the Jacksonville Jaguars are at the bottom of the list.

Even though there is still plenty of football to play, the Super Bowl is not too far away. Over one-quarter of those who follow professional football (28%) say the Denver Broncos will be the Super Bowl champions in February, while 14% say it will be the Seattle Seahawks. Just under one in ten believe the New England Patriots (9%) or the San Francisco 49ers (8%) will win the Super Bowl, and 7% believe it will be the Green Bay Packers. Almost every team has a few die-hard fans who believe their team will manage to win the big game with one exception – no one who follows professional football believes the Jacksonville Jaguars will win the Super Bowl.

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