General public is losing faith in scandal-ridden sports, survey claims

Oct - 21
2017
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General public is losing faith in scandal-ridden sports, survey claims

General public is losing faith in scandal-ridden sports, survey claims

Scandal-ridden sports: A series of doping scandals and corruption have left one-third of the British with less confidence in the sport than they had been a year, according to a survey.

The faith in the administrators who run the sports organizations and the athletes themselves has been eroded by new revelations of corruption within FIFA and the doping suspicions that continue Dog Sky Team and Sir Bradley Wiggins.

 

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A survey of 2,000 people in the UK found that a third believed their “confidence in the sports industry has declined in the last 12 months.”

The investigation comes at the heart of a new report on the future of the sport seen by The Guardian, published Wednesday by the strategic communications consultancy, Brewery Freud.

Despite the recent doping scandals with mainly athletics and cycling, football is that the fans have the least confidence, 36% said they do not trust the sport. This harsh criticism of the state of the national game seems to be the result of corruption within the world governing body, FIFA.

However, some of the respondents reported being uncoupled, money early in the game that may not result in lower ticket prices for fans. In total, 74% agree that sports today are more “to do with money than the fun and pleasure of their fans.”

This poses a threat to the sports industry, including a four-fantisseur said that recent events that are less likely to see one match and three out of ten think they would be less likely to buy merchandise.

A disconnect between players and billionaires perceived on the terraces was also cited as a reason for lack of confidence. One man interviewed said: “They’re a lot of Tossers. I also grew up seeing a lot of local guys who came out of nowhere. They’re not local, they do not care …”

Another said: “I do not think I’ll ever go back when I used to go kid, the atmosphere was electric. Now there’s so much money, it feels more real.”

The encouraging results were taken from the report, and a large majority recognizes the important role that sport can play in society. More than three-quarters (77%) claimed to have seen elite sport as a source of inspiration and 73% say that the diverse origins of sport stars in the UK today are a celebration of a multicultural society. Seven out of 10 (71%) believe that sport is a force of good.

Tanni Gray-Thompson, who contributed to the report, said: “Sport has to work harder than ever to save its reputation and maintenance of the special relationship it has with fans this report proves to be a period of great change – and The opportunity – across the industry, it is essential that we continue to look at everything that needs to be done more ..

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