- Category: LGBT Issues
- Published on Friday, 10 February 2012 19:29
- Written by Lara Landis
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Tbe Super Bowl came and went. Even though it provides a great excuse to throw a party and gives people a chance to say goodbye to the Football season, the events of the game can almost never be dscribed as historic by anyone other than sports fans, the results of the poll may or may not be interesting. It is no surprise to anyone who is not a football fan.
The LGBT poll found that the watchers looked forward to the commercials and the halftime show more than the actual game. Instinct Magazine, the publication that reported on the poll, expressed surprise that attention remained on the poll for five days. 66% of the respondents even expressed dismay that some advertisers released the commercials early.
Even with the excitement over the poll, it is unlikely it will be remembered for much longer. An LGBT focused poll after the super bowl may be a first, but people consider it to be even less important.