Title: Americans watch their favorite events
Blog Entry: According to a recent Gallup poll, seven percent of americans list soccer as their favorite sport. That is still not high, but it is nearly double that of 2014. And soccer is the biggest increase in popularity over the past four years compared to other events . From 2014 to 2014, the American football as americans watch their favorite events decreased from 39% to 37%, people like to watch basketball fell from 12% to 11%, and baseball audience have dropped from 13% to 9%. Gallup published the survey, there are still worth pondering the Numbers: in 55 years of age and older, will be a football as his love people only 1% of the project, and between 18 to 34 adult, that figure was 11%, followed by basketball. Gallup is confident that the next time a survey is released, the popularity of football among americans will likely surpass baseball as the nation's third major sport. A separate report released in 2016 also showed that there were 79 million adult soccer fans in the United States in 2016, up from 59 million in 2010. In the United States, 78 percent of 12 - to 17-year-olds consider themselves football fans, compared with 59 percent of American football and 44 percent of NBA fans. To some extent, the World Cup has promoted the development of football in the United States. Apart from the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the United States has not missed any World Cup since the 1990s. In the 2014 World Cup, 120 million americans watched the games. At the 2013 World Cup in South Africa, americans bought 132,000 tickets. In the 2014 World Cup, the number of American fans bought was 19,800, the largest number outside the host country.