Have you consumed digital television programs illegally in the past three months?

Illegal digital TV program consumption in the United Kingdom (UK) 2012-2017 This statistic displays the share internet users aged over 12 years in the United Kingdom (UK) who reported having consumed digital TV programs and shows illegally in the three months previous to survey from 2012 to 2017. Eight percent of respondents reported consuming any TV programs illegally as of the most recent survey wave.
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100% illegalAny illegal
August to October 20124%7%
November 2012 to January 20134%6%
March to May 20134%6%
March to May 20155%7%
March to May 20164%7%
March to May 20175%8%
100% illegalAny illegal
August to October 20124%7%
November 2012 to January 20134%6%
March to May 20134%6%
March to May 20155%7%
March to May 20164%7%
March to May 20175%8%
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This statistic displays the share internet users aged over 12 years in the United Kingdom (UK) who reported having consumed digital TV programs and shows illegally in the three months previous to survey from 2012 to 2017. Eight percent of respondents reported consuming any TV programs illegally as of the most recent survey wave.
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Release date
July 2017
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
March to May 2017
Number of respondents
5,267*
Age group
12 years and older
Special properties
among internet users
Supplementary notes
* Base varied by content type.
Base of most recent survey wave (Wave 7). Base varied by wave: n (W2) = 4,728; n (W3) = 4,708; n (W4) = 4,673; n(W5) = 4,552; n(W6) = 4,670; n(W7) = 5,267.
Online (CAWI) and face-to-face (CAPI) surveys were used.
The source does not provide detailed information regarding the question. The chosen wording here might therefore differ slightly from the survey.
Data for waves previous to Wave 7 published earlier by the source.

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