YOU HEAR IT all the time when players discuss political, social and other nonfootball topics: An NFL locker room is the most diverse place on earth. So during the 2016 season The MMQB put that idea to the test, surveying the Broncos' locker room on topics ranging from family wealth to voter participation to religion.

The following snippets, based on the answers of the 51 Broncos who participated, provide some insight into the demographics of an NFL locker room. The full results, available at TheMMQB.com, provide a fuller picture.

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INCOME-CLASS HISTORY

UPPER-MIDDLE

11.8%

LOWER

29.4%

LOWER-MIDDLE

21.6%

MIDDLE

37.3%

COLLEGE DEGREES AMONG PREVIOUS GENERATIONS BY RACE

PARENTS

71.4%

56.8%

GRANDPARENTS

57.1%

18.9%

GREAT-GRANDPARENTS

28.6%

5.4%

WHITE

NONWHITE

COLLEGE DEGREES EARNED

NO DEGREE

35.1%

DEGREE

64.9%

NONWHITE PLAYERS

14.3%

DEGREE

85.7%

WHITE PLAYERS

PARTICIPATION IN 2016 ELECTIONS

DID NOT VOTE

66.7%

VOTED

33.3%

BREAKDOWN BY RELIGION

CHRISTIAN

86%

MUSLIM

2%

NON-SECTARIAN

2%

UNDECIDED

2%

ATHEIST

8%

*For complete results go to TheMMQB.com