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Rasmussen Reports did a phone and online survey on the Super Bowl. Just 31 percent of American adults think Tampa Bay and Tom Brady will win the championship against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Forty-one percent predict the Chiefs repeat as Super Bowl champs.

The game is scheduled to begin shortly after 5:30 p.m. today.

Brady won six Super Bowls as quarterback for the New England Patriots before leaving this past offseason.

Despite his success, Americans have very differing views of Brady. Just 14 percent say they have a very favorable view of Brady while 26 percent have a somewhat favorable view. Twenty-four percent say they view Brady somewhat unfavorably and 14 percent say they have a very unfavorable view.

Author: Jacob Hall