Results from a media study among 1,090 Americans revealed that 60 percent indicated that Tiger Woods’ apology was sincere after viewing a video clip from his most recent press conference in the US.
The study was conducted by HCD Research using its MediaCurves.com® website, to obtain viewers’ perceptions of statements by Tiger Woods during a press conference on February 19, in response to his extra-marital affairs.
Viewers were split on whether Woods’ statements changed their perception of him, with more than half reporting that their perception of him had not changed; 31% indicating that their perception had changed in a positive way; and 17% indicating that their perception of him had changed in a negative way.
But some good news for Tiger Woods after the results revealed the majority of viewers (64%) reported that Tiger Woods’ apology was sufficient.
Hopefully this will put an end to the media circus surrounding the champion golfer and the next time we see Tiger Woods it will be on a golf course.
After all, if the American people can forgive Bill Clinton for having ‘sexual relations’ in the White House, surely they can forgive Tiger.
Source: HCD Research