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Taylor Swift’s effect on the Chiefs’ audience revealed in mindblowing study

Taylor Swift could not take the Kansas City Chiefs to the top of the charts.

Despite a bump from the superstar singer, the Super Bowl champions — with 40% of its fans being female — lagged behind the Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers — both with 48% — in proportion of female fans, according to a social media analysis by online casino site BetVictor.

The traditionally buttoned-down Giants rated 18th in the NFL, with 35% of their fans being female, while the Jets were tied for 24th with 33% of their diehards being women, the data revealed.

“I’m not surprised by the Green Bay thing because that’s all they have out there. They’re crazy about football,” snarked Trish Cassidy, 54, of Jersey City, a longtime Jets fan who said her dad got her hooked on the perennial losers.

“The NFL received a major boost last season when Taylor Swift’s romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce caught global attention, ” said BetVictor spokesman Sam Boswell. He added the Chiefs “will likely keep bringing in more female fans, should Swift continue to be associated with the team.”

Kelce and the “Shake it Off” singer have been the center of the sports and entertainment universe since their relationship went public last year, most notably when Swift attended her first Chiefs game to support the baller, who was her then-rumored beau.

Swift, who was in the middle of the first U.S. leg of the Eras Tour when the power couple met, continued to cheer on Travis from a suite during the football season.

The media documented the “Cruel Summer” songstress’ every movement in her race to pivot from the “Eras” tour in Tokyo to see Kelce play in the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas, making it in just the nick of time.

While the Chiefs got all the attention, it’s the Packers and Panthers who drew the most women.

“I grew up with my parents loving the Packers and then it just became so easy to be a Packer fan along with them,” Milwaukee native Claire Haas, 24, told The Post, adding that “the Packers have always had really fun quarterbacks to watch” such as Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.

At the bottom of the rankings were the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have only 26% females following them, perhaps due to the exit of the GOAT QB Tom Brady.

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