Tonight’s Golden Globe Awards recognize the best movies and TV series, according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Just days before this year’s Golden Globe Awards, YouGov asked 1,000 Americans for their opinions on who would win the honor. People were asked if they had seen the films nominated for Best Movie and Best Television Series of 2023 respectively. They were asked to rate each movie or show they watched on a scale of likes or dislikes. We asked people who hadn’t seen them yet how interested they were in seeing each.
“Top Gun: Maverick” was the “Best Drama” nominee for the movie seen by 39% of Americans, with “Glass Onion: Knives Out Mystery” being the most watched (26% watched). Nominated for Best Comedy or Musical Feature Film. More than a quarter of TV nominees for Wednesday (28%), The Lord of the Rings: Ring of Power (28%), or House of the Dragons (28%). In many cases, the most viewed works are also the most loved by those who have seen them. Many want to see those movies and TV shows triumph this evening.
Half of Americans who’ve seen ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ say they like it
Most Americans who have seen a movie nominated for Best Drama or Best Comedy either love or love them, and “Top Gun: Maverick” viewers are most likely to say this. High (90%). In the best drama category, the Top Gun sequel was followed by the latest Avatar movie (87% of viewers liked or liked him), followed by ‘Elvis’ (77%).
Among the nominated comedy films, viewers gave “Glass Onion” the highest rating (77%), followed by “Babylon” (72%) and “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (69%).
A third of Americans who haven’t seen the movie yet want to see Avatar: Path of Water, and 30% still want to see Top Gun: Maverick. About a quarter still want to see Elvis (28%) or Glass Onion: Knives Out Mystery (24%).
What movie do Americans want to win Best Picture?
The most popular film for this year’s Golden Globe nominations is also at the top of Americans’ list of expected winners. Her 1 in 5 Americans (21%) and the same percentage of people who are very or somewhat interested in the Golden Globes (21%) honored with the latest ‘Top Gun’ movie want to bring home 39% of her who have seen the film say it should be a win.
Americans overall are less likely to think that Avatar: Path of Water should win (17%), but among those interested in the Golden Globes, it is the top choice ( 28%). Nearly four (38%) of his 10 people who have seen the Avatar sequel say he should win.
Of the nominees for Best Comedy, 12% of Americans and 22% of those interested in the Golden Globes think Glass Onion: Knife Out Mystery should win. More than a quarter (27%) of those who saw the film said she should have won a Golden Globe.
The TV show “Wednesday” is loved by 45% of those who watch it
The Netflix TV series Wednesday was released in late November 2022, but it’s already at the top of our list of favorite TV contenders. 87% of Americans who watch this show like or like him. Abbott Elementary School (82%) and Only Murders in the Building (78%) are popular. Among them, 82% of viewers liked the drama TV series candidate “Dragon House”. The Game of Thrones spin-off is followed by The Lord of the Rings: Ring of Power (80%) and The Crown (80%).
Among Americans who don’t watch the show, 19% still want to watch “Wednesday,” with similar shares for “Only Murders” (18%) and “The Lord of the Rings: Ring of Power” ( 18%). Or “The Crown” (17%).
What TV Shows Do Americans Want to Win Best TV Series?
The largest percentage of Americans (15%) want the “Lord of the Rings” series to win the Golden Globe Award for Best TV Drama, and 28 Americans are interested in the award show % am. More than a third (36%) of Americans who have watched the show think it deserves a win. 2nd place is “House of the Dragon”, and he said that 3 out of 10 Americans (30%) who saw this should win. One in nine Americans (11%) and 19% of those interested in the Golden Globes agree.
In the best TV comedy category, “Wednesday” is the favorite for 13% of Americans. More than a third of her Americans who have seen the show (35%) say she should win it, as do 17% of those interested in the award. Another popular nominee for her is “Only Murders in the Building,” favored by those interested in the Golden Globes (20%) over Americans overall (11%). About 3 in 10 Americans (29%) who have seen “Only Murders” want to win it.
Please refer to result This YouGov poll, conducted January 6-9, 2023
methodology: The survey was conducted on January 6-9, 2023 among 1,000 US adults. Respondents were selected from her YouGov opt-in panel using a sample of her matches. A random sample (stratified by gender, age, race, education, geographic region, and voter registration) was selected from the 2019 American Community Survey. Samples were weighted according to gender, age, race, education, voter turnout and presidential votes for the 2020 elections, base party identification, and current voter registration status. Demographic weighted targets are based on the 2019 American Community Survey. Baseline party identification is the most recent response given by respondents prior to March 15, 2022, weighted to the estimated distribution at that time (33% Democrat, 28% Republican). The margin of error across each poll sample is approximately 4%.
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