Also, you are more likely to be a woman, and you probably drive a Lincoln.
From the quoted press release:
Redskins Fans Are More Likely to be Women
Forty-four percent of Washington D.C.’s Redskins fans* are women, versus 31 percent of New York’s Giants fans. Redskins fans are also more educated. Thirty-eight percent have a four-year college degree or higher, versus 33 percent of Giants fans.
The Redskins also win when it comes to income. Forty-four percent of Redskins fans have an annual household income of $100k+, whereas 39 percent of Giants fans are at this income level. However, Giants fans are 21 percent more likely than others in New York to make $100k+ annually. By contrast, Redskins fans are just six percent more likely than others in Washington D.C. to have this income.
Giants fans and Redskins fans are avid investors, and are more likely than other consumers in their market to have household financial investments. Thirteen percent of Giants fans have household investments (excluding real-estate) valued at $500k or more, as do 14 percent of Redskins fans.
I’m a little shocked that the drink of choice for Redskins fans is cognac.
For all the drinks I’ve had during games, and all the drinks I’ve seen — or even heard about — other people drink during games, I don’t think I remember a single one involving cognac.
Then again, I don’t golf either, and Redskins fans are 43% more likely than other people in our market to do that. I may just be an outlier in this particular survey.