American Role Models
Hypothesis: Most Americans have role models that are are either sports or pop culture icons


Almost every person in America has a role model of some kind or somebody they look up to. Role models can range from sports figures, politicians, celebrities, musicians, everyday heroes, and parents. We performed a survey asking people what types of role models they have.

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We conducted a survey of 100 people asking them what type of role model they had. We gave them a list of 6 options.
Results:
Sports figures: 33/100
Politicians: 2/100
Celebrities: 21/100
Musicians: 20/100
Everyday Heroes: 14/100
Parents: 10/100

Our data shows that most Americans have role models that either sports figures or pop culture icons. We believe that this is because these are the people that we are exposed on a daily basis and they have had a big impact on the things we enjoy.


By: Dominic Driggs Mike Phelan Adam Ciszewski Austin Hennen Chris Abundis


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