The Harris Poll conducted a survey of football fans (and, apparently, non-football fans) to find America's most popular teams. Yes, you have to take this with a grain of salt, and yes, it's just one amongst any number of polls, but it's still interesting to see where the Browns fall in the rankings.
Some intriguing things: Browns ahead of Baltimore and New Orleans; second lowest ranking for the Browns in this poll since their return; that they were 12th most popular in 1999 and 13th most popular in 2007.
Full results can be seen in a PDF here.
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