In a blow to native American groups and many in the media, especially at the Washington Post, campaigning to change the name of the Washington Redskins, most Americans believe the 0-3 football team should keep its name, with only one in 10 demanding an immediate change.

According to a new national poll of 1,000, just 11 percent believe the 'Skins should find a new name. A firm 61 percent oppose that change, 17 percent said they support a change only if the Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Braves changed their names, and 11 percent didn't have an opinion.

The reason: Most people don’t find the name offensive. found that 16 percent believe the name is offensive and 78 percent don’t.

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