Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens sits on the bench against the Dallas Cowboys in the first half of their preseason game at AT&T Stadium on August 16, 2014 in Arlington, Texas.
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September 18, 2014 5:35 PM EDT

So much for all that outrage. Nearly 90% of Americans say the recent outcry about domestic violence in the NFL hasn’t changed how much professional football they watch—and less than a third of the nation believes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should resign.

That’s the result of an exclusive NBC News/Marist poll, which also finds that a majority of Americans—including nearly six in 10 self-described football fans—say they disapprove of the way the NFL has handled the domestic-violence allegations.

The poll comes after a series of damaging stories indicating that NFL officials had turned a blind eye to systemic domestic violence among some of its players…

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