I did my census on the Cubs because I am curious about Cubs fans. I figured that this would be a great opportunity to learn more about Chicago Cubs fans. Our census consisted of seven questions for Cubs fans. We asked people on Ohio and Clark Street to fill out our questions. Our results are below:
Through this process I figured out that we went durring the wrong time, and the wrong place. We were downtown in the middle of the day. Durring this time, there were tons of tourists who knew nothing about the Cubs. If I were to do this again, I would do my census durring a Cubs game at Wrigley Field. What we found out was that 60% of the people we asked were cubs fans. Sixteen of the twenty were from the north side. Half of the people said that they go to between one-three games per year, and spend less than $100 on tickets yearly. Eight of the twenty people take the train to the cubs games, and twelve people spend between $5-0 per game.