Seahawks fans celebrate a touchdown by tight end Jacob Hollister during a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at CenturyLink Field in Seattle this year. Market-research data from Nielsen shows that more than one in three adult residents in South King County describe themselves as “very interested” in the NFL. (Andy Bao / The Seattle Times)
Seahawks fans celebrate a touchdown by tight end Jacob Hollister during a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at CenturyLink Field in Seattle this year. Market-research data from Nielsen shows that more than one in three adult residents in South King County describe themselves as “very interested” in the NFL. (Andy Bao / The Seattle Times)
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Where do most die-hard Seattle Seahawks fans live? Not in the city, market data shows.

The love for the Seahawks runs deeper in South King County than anywhere else. But what about in the city of Seattle? Not so much.

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