Nascar is number 1 in sports because of how many people attend the race, and how many people watch it at home. Nascar does rank high up there on the popularity list. It will always be hard to push the sport on the east coast. Even Nascar's annual awards dinner was moved from New York City to Las Vegas in 2009. The NFL will always be on top, especially for only a 16 game season. Every game is important. Baseball is spread out for 162 games, so you can miss a few. Nascar has a 36 race season, with the first 26 races used to set up the Chase for the Championship. So Nascar does keep its popularity throughout its 10 month season.
About 100 - 500
American football, baseball, basketball, hockey, and NASCAR. The rank of popularity lower than football depends on the demographic, but american football is the most popular.
probably by how good they are
I will have to answer your question with another question How many rednecks are there in america?
The two sports tie in this area.
Swimming ranks very highly in world popularity. This is because it is an accessible sport that is easy to understand.
In the United States, the blueberries rank second in popularity to strawberries. Blueberries have a lot of antioxidants and are very beneficial for brain development and one's nervous system.
Rank popularity of the sports in the U.S. would be..1.football 5/52.basketball 4/53.baseball 3/54.soccer 2/55. tennis 1/5
Tennis hold a second rank in worldwide sports
It ranks forth after the NFL, NBA, and MLB.
The major in this field varies from school to school.
Are you asking about their rank in world popularity? If it were popularity, then, in decreasing order: Football, Tennis, F1, Cricket, Table Tennis, Swimming
It ranks 3rd in American Sports sitting behind Football and Baseball
KICK-Boxing? Without a doubt not in the top 10. Football, Boxing, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Hockey, Tennis, NASCAR, INDY Racing. Are all more popular than Kick-Boxing. If you are just talking about BOXING, and not KICK-Boxing than Boxing would rank 4th (Football, Baseball, and Basketball would be ahead) Around the world it would rank 3rd (Soccer and Basketball)
Currently, Jeff Gordon is 3rd in wins, with 85.
Nascar has become more and more popular in recent years. Ten years ago, Nascar was still climbing but had not quite gotten there yet. Now, with Danica Patrick joining the ranks last year, 2010, popularity is soaring. She has also been included in the Press Pass Nascar collector cards for 2010.
Sadly soccer in the United States isn't as popular as the big sports such as American Footbal, Basketball and Baseball it would rank behind golf and tennis in popularity.
For boy babies born in the United States in 2009, Turner ranked 972.
Google has two measures that are used to rank websites: relevancy and popularity. Popularity was once represented by page rank, a measure scaled from 0 to 10 that reflects the total number of backlinks to the website. Nowadays page rank is obsolete, however "popularity" is still in use - its just calculated differently. Relevancy is a statistical measure derived from natural language processing techniques. It can be thought of as a flag that is set to true when website is considered to be relevant to specific search term. Google retrieves all the relevant pages from its database and sorts them by popularity.
of course it is Alternative view That spelling of the name isn't quite so popular. According to OneLook.com, Melisa is "rare" with 1 in 7,692 females and popularity rank in the U.S. of No. 760. Spell it Mellisa, with two l's and it drops to 1 in 12,500 females and a popularity rank in the U.S. of 1,030. The common way of spelling the name is Melissa (one l and two s's). One Look calls it very common: 1 in 216 females; popularity rank in the U.S. at No. 30.