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Vote: It's Super Bowl Monday, Should You Be at Home?


We want to hear what you think!

There is a movement that's aiming to make the day after the Super Bowl a national holiday. The website, says this:

Super Bowl Sunday is not just an ordinary day in America. It has gained a significance that transcends the game itself. It is a shared, national event. Organized around a single stage at a single time. is a grass-roots political campaign dedicated to making Super Bowl Sunday a new National Holiday, with observation on Monday following the big game.

While not yet as commercialized as, say, Christmas, the Super Bowl may eventually turn into another reason for Americans to take a day off from work. Is it a good idea? Is it even a reasonable idea? Is it even worth seriously discussing? We want to know what you think.

Take the poll below or write to us with your answers:

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