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Super Bowl Statistics:

Today is the day of the “Big Game” Super Bowl 39 one of the most watched programs in the world. An estimated 89.6 million people in the U.S. last year watched the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers, it was a slight increase from 2003’s game. You could say that it is one of the biggest idols in our society today. Why do I say that? Here is why, listen to some statistics about Super Bowl Sunday in comparison to real life statistics.


Let’s start with how many watched the Super Bowl last year 89.9 million people.

In comparison the number of Americans who regularly attend church on Sunday is 80 million people 2000 census. Calculated from Barna research and current population.

The cost of a commercial for the Super Bowl this year is $2.4 million per 30-second commercial.

In comparison $28 a month sponsors a child for a month in a third world country. It feeds them, clothes them and educates them.

The cost for Super Bowl tickets this year range from $2,450-$3,925.

In comparison the average person gave to non-profits (including the church) in 2003 $1,079. From Barna research.

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