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An '''underdog''' is a contestant, typically in sports or politics, who is considered likely to lose the contest.  In the [[Christian]] [[United States]], people tend to favor the underdog, particularly in sports.  In [[atheistic]] [[Britain]], the opposite is true.{{Citation needed}}
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An '''underdog''' is a contestant, typically in sports or politics, who is considered likely to lose the contest.  In the [[Christian]] [[United States]], people tend to favor the underdog, particularly in sports.  In [[atheistic]] [[Britain]], the opposite is true. For example, a popular game show in Britain consisted of putdowns against the underdogs.

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An underdog is a contestant, typically in sports or politics, who is considered likely to lose the contest. In the Christian United States, people tend to favor the underdog, particularly in sports. In atheistic Britain, the opposite is true. For example, a popular game show in Britain consisted of putdowns against the underdogs.