Woods mishits with those polled
Tiger Woods' apology seemed sincere to more than half of Americans, but his popularity remains in the weeds.
In an ABC News/ESPN poll conducted from Feb. 25 to 28, 54 percent of 1,004 respondents said that Woods was sincere when he said he was sorry for the damage done by his admitted extramarital affairs. Twenty-two percent did not believe the apology, and 24 percent had no opinion.
But only 39 percent had a favorable impression of the golfer after his admission. Woods' popularity ...
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