These are just a few of the news stories inspired by The Harris Poll’s September 2015 survey on the greatest sports stars of all time.
Michael Jordan remains top-ranked athlete in history by Harris Poll
Six years after it asked America who the best athletes of all-time were, the Harris Poll released its most recent results on Wednesday, and there’s at least one constant: Michael Jordan… Read more.
Source: ESPN | Darren Rovell | December 31, 2015
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America Now Thinks Serena Williams Is The Greatest Tennis Player Ever
Americans now consider Serena Williams the greatest tennis player ever and the fourth greatest athlete of all time,beating out Peyton Manning, Joe Montana and LeBron James in the latter category, according to a new Harris Poll… Read more.
Source: The Huffington Post | Juliet Spies-Gans | January 7, 2016
Michael Jordan is greatest sports star of all time, says new Harris Poll
There’s little debate about the greatest basketball player of all time. Most sports fans would tell you without hesitation that it’s Michael Jordan. But greatest sports star of all time? Apparently that’s Jordan, too. According to a new Harris poll, Jordan was voted history’s greatest sports star by 2,368 Americans that participated in the poll… Read more.
Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Bob Ogden | January 7, 2016
Michael Jordan Remains Greatest Sports Star, Serena and Brady Join Top 10 in New Poll
Michael Jordan remains the G.O.A.T. The basketball legend was voted the greatest superstar athlete in American sports according to the people over at the Harris Poll who surveyed 2,368 people that “follow at least one sport”… Read more.
Source: Complex | Adam Caparell | January 7, 2016
You Just Voted Serena Williams The Greatest Tennis Player Of All Time
At the end of 2015, Serena Williams was named Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year. Now, according to a recent survey from The Harris Poll, Americans officially think she is the greatest tennis player in the history of the sport… Read more.
Source: Elite Daily | Adam Silvers | January 8, 2016