Reasons for not going to the movies more often in the U.S. 2014

The graph shows leading reasons why consumers in the United States did not go to movie theaters more often in 2014. It was found that 53 percent of respondents had admitted that high ticket prices were the main reason for not frequenting cinemas. Within the measured period, the average movie ticket price was 8.17 U.S. dollars

Leading reasons for not increasing frequency of going to the movie theater in the United States 2014

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Source

Release date

January 2015

Region

United States

Survey time period

October and November 2014

Number of respondents

766 respondents

Age group

18-59 years

Supplementary notes

The source does not provide information on the type of the survey.

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