Tim Tebow, quarterback for the Denver Broncos, recently said despite being courted by unnamed Republican presidential contenders for his support, he wouldn't be making any public endorsements.
But if he were to change his mind, would an endorsement from Tebow matter? Not hardly, according to a Fox News poll. The poll found that only 9 percent of voters would actually be swayed by an endorsement from Tebow.
That's slightly better than the 6 percent that were found to care about an endorsement from game show host Donald Trump.
None of this says much about Tebow specifically, however. A recent Washington Post-Pew Research Center poll found that in general, endorsements don't sway voters' opinions.
The takeaway: Rather than trying to get Tebow's support, the candidates might be better off simply "Tebowing" for support (pictured above).