Changing attitudes

    If it’s good enough for Obama, it’s good enough for the majority of Philadelphians.

    A new Daily News/Sports Industry Research Center at Temple University survey says that Michael Vick’s reputation has had quite the turnaround. 

    Sixty percent of all respondents said their view of the quarterback has become more positive over the course of this football season.

    Here are some illustrative charts – proof positive that winning can change opinions.

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