Very few people plan on leaving their home for the Super Bowl this Sunday.
According to a tweet from Darren Rovell, a Civic Science study found that only 7% of individuals plan on going somewhere other than their couch when the Chiefs take the field against the Buccaneers. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Last year before the coronavirus pandemic wrecked our world, the number leaving home was at 29%.
Last year, 29% said they spent Super Bowl Sunday at another house or a bar.
This year, 7% of people fall into that crowd.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 5, 2021
While I don’t doubt the data obtained by Rovell is authentic and legit, I refuse to believe 93% of people are staying home.
There’s just no way in hell that’s possible. For contrast, I ran a Twitter poll about Super Bowl parties a few days ago, and 54.1% of the 1,550 voters said they were going to a party.
Do you plan on attending a Super Bowl party during the coronavirus pandemic?
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) January 27, 2021
Now, I’m supposed to believe that only 7% of people plan on going out for the Super Bowl? Yeah, I’m not buying that at all.
If anything, I think people just don’t want to publicly admit they’re going to a party because they don’t want to be shamed for it.
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Do you plan on leaving the house to have a few beers with the boys? Let us know in the comments!