Study Finds The Best Part of the Super Bowl Is Not The Actual Game!

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Almost two in five adults plan to watch 20 minutes or less of the actual game during the Super Bowl this year.

According to a survey of 2,000 U.S. adults who watch the Super Bowl, 40% look forward to attending or hosting a party for the big game, but they barely spend any time in front of the TV.

Respondents average viewing only 29 minutes of game play and 9% admit they are unlikely to know which teams are playing before they turn it on.

And when asked who won last year’s Super Bowl, only one-third were able to correctly identify the Kansas City Chief as the reigning champions.

This may be because 29% spend more time in front of the snacks and food than anywhere else.

Results for the survey reveal that the half-time show, commercials and the drinks all outweigh the competition on the field .

More than three-quarters (77%) believe that the food and snacks are imperative to the overall Super Bowl experience.

The best game-time party foods include chips (55%), dips (50%), hot dogs (42%), pizza (39%), hamburgers (37%) and even grilled veggies (15%).