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@9GPPKZSConstitution from Texas answered…2yrs

@9GNX7PFVeteran from Connecticut answered…2yrs

@9GMJW74Transhumanist from New Jersey answered…2yrs

yes, but let schools and athletes decide if they want to play, and strict precautions, testing, and no spectators

@9GLV357Socialist from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No. But there shouldn't be a mandate to not play. They should be using their own common sense and not play.

@9GK94N6Veteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9GJF3V3Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

If Elementary schools cant let children play with the ball and the playground, the college students shouldn't share balls either... too much close contact.

@9GG47C3Working Family from Kentucky answered…2yrs

Yes, but with strict precautions, testing, and a limited amount of spectators.

@9G65ZGCTranshumanist from Florida answered…2yrs

@9G5DSF4Independent from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but only sports that do not require close contact between the players and leave the decisions up to each school.

@9G4NJKBSocialist from New York answered…2yrs

Yes, but with protective measures, such as testing, sanitation and online viewing options.

@9FRFW6HWorking Family from Virginia answered…2yrs

@9FNVMZVPeace and Freedomfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2yrs

@9FGJGKQWomen’s Equality from Connecticut answered…2yrs

yes for sure, just make sure players and coaches get tested

@9FB8DBLWomen’s Equality from Alabama answered…2yrs

Yes, but allow the college and individual athletes to decide while allowing strict precautions, testing, and sanitization and no spectators allowed on gamedays.

@9F8RP5YWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, and college sports should never end until Tennessee wins another national championship.

@9GY5FMHDemocrat from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Let each college and athlete decide require strict precautions, testing, and no spectators

@9GV57CCConstitution from Washington answered…2yrs

The government has no business saying “yes” or “no” to college sports.

@9GTWDTXWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, but this should be decided by the organizations, not the government

@9GRNS66Libertarian from Tennessee answered…2yrs

Honestly, who f*ckin cares. This is stupid and should not influence how you vote for the next leader of our country.

@9GR2Z6QPeace and Freedom from Idaho answered…2yrs

This is a stupid question no relating to government decisions at all.

@9F85RNLDemocrat from New York answered…2yrs

i don't think that many people realize that we are still in a pandemic and should be focusing on recovering and lowering the infection/death rate rather than thinking about sports and possibly endangering the lives of the athletes

@9F7HLRHVeteran from Oregon answered…2yrs

No, if students aren't at the school, there shouldn't be sports

@9F6YPGYWorking Family from Kansas answered…2yrs

thats up to them not me. i dont play sports nor do i care when they are.

@9F64QQHPeace and Freedom from Connecticut answered…2yrs

@9F5XDVNRepublican from Indiana answered…2yrs

Regardless, this question is irrelevant to the political climate of the US.

@Ben-BusiekLibertarian from Oregon answered…2yrs

Yes, if they can follow established protocols regarding coronavirus.

@Anna-BeckWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but with strict precautions, testing, and no spectators, and let each college and athlete decide

@9F55QN5Peace and Freedom from California answered…2yrs

No, and no politics should carry the national opinion for players's safety.

@9F4X63ZProgressive from Illinois answered…2yrs

States schools no, private schools wouldn't be subject to government oversight.

@9F4NXT6Working Family from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, but only certain no contact sports unless the players decides to take that risk of getting the virus.

@9F4GJSPGreen from Florida answered…2yrs

No, but lost funding should be replaced by the federal government

@9F2TBF8Working Family from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, but with precautions, testing, and regulations. Each player should be able to decide and should be informed of the risks.

@9F26TXWSocialist from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but individual athletes should be able to opt out without losing a year of eligibility.

@9DYSDSDPeace and Freedom from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

Sports should not be played this fall. High schools, colleges, and professional teams need to figure out a way to not penalize athletes during this time, since many livelihoods rely on this.

@9DXZLMQRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

This is not a government decision and should not be listed here.


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