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Super Bowl Sunday: NFL Popularity Poll Shows Surprising Results

The National Football has lost a significant chunk of its market share this season, but the advertisers who paid a reported $5 million for a 30-second Super Bowl LII commercial today obviously hope that the big game draws its traditional big audience on what has become an unofficial national holiday. Typically the Super Bowl is the most-watched live TV event for the year in the fragmented entertainment universe.
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