Does Watching TV Sports Lower Crime Rates?

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A UC Davis study finds drop in crime during big games. Photo by Stephen Bowler via Flickr

According to a study of Chicago sports viewing habits by researchers at the University of California-Davis, crime rates drop during major televised athletic events. But it’s not clear whether the impact of “entertainment diversion” lasts after the game ends . . .

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