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Distribution of World Series radio listeners during the 2013 World Series, by education level and team affiliation

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Distribution of World Series radio listeners by education level and team 2013 This graph shows the distribution of the radio audience for the 2013 MLB World Series, divided by listener education level and team affiliation. The share of listeners cheering for the Boston Red Sox who had a high school education as their highest level of education was 25 percent, while 21 percent of their listenership had some college experience, and 43 percent of the radio listeners for the Boston Red Sox were college graduates.
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This graph shows the distribution of the radio audience for the 2013 MLB World Series, divided by listener education level and team affiliation. The share of listeners cheering for the Boston Red Sox who had a high school education as their highest level of education was 25 percent, while 21 percent of their listenership had some college experience, and 43 percent of the radio listeners for the Boston Red Sox were college graduates.
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Release date
February 2014
Region
United States
Survey time period
2013
Age group
6 years and older

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