In what should come as no surprise, fans of the Chicago Bears are very confident in the direction of their team. Also filed in the ‘no surprises’ category is the fact that we’re far more confident in our team than the fans of the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings are in the direction of their team.
Sure the Bears ended the 2018 season on a sour note, but it wasn’t nearly as sour as what transpired with the other NFC North teams.
Here’s the info-graphic for this week’s Bears’ FanPulse results.
For those scoring at home, our confidence results went like this since the end of the season.
End of the 2018 season: 97%
Free Agency: 98%
Pre NFL Draft: 99%
Post NFL Draft: 100%
Preseason Week 1: 97%
Regular season Week 1: 97%
Bears’ fans are the 5th most confident bunch among all FanPulse voters right now.
The second most confident fanbase in the NFC North are those that root for the Vikings at 69%.
Detroit fans are next in the division with a 63% confidence rating.
And bringing up the rear, Packers’ fans aren’t riding too high with their new coaching change at 61%.
Lions’ fans are the only one of the three that feel better about their team after training camp and preseason.
What are your thoughts on the FanPulse results this time?