Public opinion on how TV viewing habits will change in the next five years worldwide as of October 2017

Change in TV habits in the next 5 years worldwide 2017 The statistic presents data on the public opinion on how TV viewing habits will change in the next five years worldwide as of October 2017. During the survey, 27 percent of respondents stated that they would get most of their news from social media over the next five years.
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Share of respondents
I will watch TV in virtual reality, as if I was inside the content30%
I will talk to my to devices, instead of using buttons and screens29%
I will get most of my news from social media27%
I will watch more 360 degree video content27%
I will spend more time watching video than today25%
I will get all my live sports from streaming services24%
I will not watch scheduled linear TV anymore20%
I will spend less time watching video content than today18%
I will not watch news on the TV anymore12%
I will watch less on-demand, since I will get lost in the variety of content12%
I will not watch on a big TV screen anymore6%
I don’t think my habits will have changed 23%
Share of respondents
I will watch TV in virtual reality, as if I was inside the content30%
I will talk to my to devices, instead of using buttons and screens29%
I will get most of my news from social media27%
I will watch more 360 degree video content27%
I will spend more time watching video than today25%
I will get all my live sports from streaming services24%
I will not watch scheduled linear TV anymore20%
I will spend less time watching video content than today18%
I will not watch news on the TV anymore12%
I will watch less on-demand, since I will get lost in the variety of content12%
I will not watch on a big TV screen anymore6%
I don’t think my habits will have changed 23%
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The statistic presents data on the public opinion on how TV viewing habits will change in the next five years worldwide as of October 2017. During the survey, 27 percent of respondents stated that they would get most of their news from social media over the next five years.
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Release date
October 2017
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2017
Number of respondents
20,000*
Age group
16-69 years
Special properties
among those who have a broadband internet connection at home and watch TV or video at least once a week
Method of interview
Online interview
Supplementary notes
* respondents came from 13 countries: Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, the U.K., and the U.S.

The source does not provide a date of survey. The date provided is the publication date.
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