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Labor dispute affects readers' interest in draft

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By PFW staff

The results from Pro Football Weekly's poll question asking how much the labor dispute has affected fans' interest in the NFL draft indicates that the unrest among the owners and players definitely had an affect on most fans' enjoyment of the 2011 NFL draft.

Out of 3,738 responses, more than 57 percent said their interest in this year's draft was affected by the labor unrest now playing out in the courts — 1,197 respondents (32 percent) said their interest was affected a lot and 961 (25.7 percent) said their interest was affected a little.

However, 1,580 respondents (42.3 percent) said they weren't affected at all.

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