Johnny Manziel has been one of college football’s most polarizing figures for the past two years. You either love him or you hate him. And, according to a new online fan poll, if you are one of the two or three people in America that love him, you are vastly outnumbered.
The poll was conducted today in response to a radio interview of Barry Switzer in which he called Manziel an ‘arrogant little prick’:
I’m gonna tell you. I said Johnny Manziel is … I don’t like his antics. I think he’s an arrogant little prick. I’ve said that and I’ll say it again. He’s a privileged kid, he’s embarrassed himself, he’s embarrassed his teammates, his program. He’s embarrassed his coach. And they’ll all have to defend him because they have to coach. I know that. I spent 40 years in the damn game so I know how it works.
The poll consisted of two questions. The first being “Do you think Barry Switzer was out of line in calling Johnny Manziel an ‘arrogant little prick’?” while the second question simply asked, “Do you agree that Manziel is an ‘arrogant little prick’?”
Surprisingly to, apparently, no one in the country, the poll concluded that America overwhelmingly believes that Manziel actually is a prick.
The final results showed that 98.6% of Americans think Johnny is a prick while 1.3% said, “Who is Johnny Manziel?”