Poll: 75 Percent of Football Fans Feel Justified Boycotting 49ers over Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers has drawn fierce criticism for refusing to stand during renditions of "The Star Spangled Banner"

More than 75 percent of football fans feel justified in boycotting the San Francisco 49ers over quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem.

Here is the data provided to Breitbart News by the California-based new data firm Zip:

Out of a sample of 4,487 users, the Zip team found that over 75% of football fans feel justified in boycotting the 49ers because of Kaepernick’s actions. Users weighed in from across all 50 states and Washington D.C., with approximately an equal number of men and women also saying they would support the 49ers if they choose to fire Kaepernick.

Our platform draws people from all backgrounds, political parties, genders, interests, and ages because of its anonymous design. There is no technological way for users to vote more than once on a question, and no way for users to bully or harass others whose opinions they don’t agree with, so the data we retrieve and the trends we see are completely neutral and unaltered.

This represents yet another example of an un-adulterated poll yielding conservative results.

As Breitbart News reported from Cleveland, CNN’s Instant Poll briefly flashed onscreen showing that 75 percent of viewers had a positive reaction to Trump’s speech. CNN later tried to undermine the legitimacy of its own instant poll in a news article on its website.


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