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In May/June of 2016, the Center for Public Opinion conducted a survey of 1000 American adults on their awareness and attitudes towards sports and concussions.
As research in the last decade has unveiled a greater link between a variety of activities and post-concussion syndrome, most notably Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE, Center researchers sought to understand the public’s view of sports and head injuries, with a specific focus on how this affects attitudes about youth sports.
Complete Highlights (pdf)
There are three main findings which are detailed in the supporting documents: