Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, so Sports Illustrated and PCMag teamed up to survey over 2,800 U.S. football fans on how they’ll be watching Super Bowl VIII, and got a look the top tech and viewing trends for the Big Game.
According to the survey, the majority of Floridians will be rooting for the Rams this Sunday. And interestingly, Rams fans are more likely to stream online than Pats fans.
Some highlights of the Sports Illustrated + PCMag Super Bowl Survey include:
- More states will be rooting for the Rams than the Pats – 22 states said the Rams was their Super Bowl pick, while only 15 states said the Pats was the top choice.
- 25% of survey respondents said they’d be gambling on the Super Bowl – and 15% of them will be gambling illegally.
- Super Bowl Viewing Trends:
- 50% of consumers will watch the Super Bowl via cable, while 11% will stream the game.
- 60% of 18-34 year olds plan to stream the Super Bowl this year.
- Rams fans are more likely to stream the big game online than Pats fans.
- Nearly 37% said they’ll be DVRing the game – making sure they don’t miss any big plays.
To check out the entire Sports Illustrated and PCMag survey, here’s the full writeup: Sports Illustrated and PCMag Super Bowl Tech Trends Survey. The survey was conducted from Jan. 22-25, 2019 to 2,801 Super Bowl viewers.