Most interesting (negatively) are the fact that Quebec and Atlantic provinces were (by far) the lowest scoring for CFL fans
This really is the nail in the coffin for expansion imo (I had dreamed a Quebec franchise would help Als playing in the Ontario division but maybe not... as well most Atlantic areas were not at all interested in the league)
Other stuff is the super obvious stuff we take for granted (eg fans tend to be older, males. Those younger males are much more open to changing the league or even becoming NFL Lite)
One oddity (to me) is most fans tended to be University (or equivalent) whereas a highschool grad was far less likely (???)
This doesn't surprise me given that Canada is the most educated country in the world, with ~56% of the population with some level of tertiary education. Japan is the only country that's even close with ~51%. There just aren't all that many people in the country who only have high school.
Not surprising 69% of women have no interest.
Not surprising that 68% of Quebecers and Maritimers have no interest in the CFL.
The Super Bowl ratings on RDS last February had 1 million viewers! that is huge for a small market, and that didn't include the viewers that watched on TSN and Fox in Quebec.
Not suprising that the Grey Cup ratings in Quebec were not even listed
Not surprised either that the switch to Four Down football had the highest support among 18 -34 year olds.