Most business professionals (77%) plan to watch Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, according to an Office Pulse study of 615 white-collar workers.

While many plan to watch the most-hyped sporting event of the year, most said the big game won’t impact the start of their work week. 89% of white-collar workers said they will not call out sick or show up late to work the day after the Super Bowl. That number, which is in line with last year, contradicts a long-talked-about stance that the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday, giving football fanatics and halftime show watchers alike the day off.

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