The Super Bowl has a rich history of bringing people together, but for different reasons. While football fans enjoy watching the game, non-fans are more interested in the commercials and partying with friends. The country is divided on who they want to win this year’s big game, with the West rooting for the 49ers and the Midwest for the Chiefs. However, for over half of Americans, the outcome of the game is not as important as the parties and commercials. Football fans are more likely to bet on the game, and some even want the day after the Super Bowl to be a federal holiday. This survey, conducted by CBS News and YouGov, included a nationally representative sample of 1,791 U.S. adults and was weighted according to gender, age, race, education, and past vote. The margin of error is ±3.1 points.  

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