Binge-watching TV habits among internet users in the United States in 4th quarter 2016, by age

Binge-watching among internet users in the U.S. 2016 The statistic presents data on the share of internet users who binge-watch TV shows in the United States in the fourth quarter of 2016, by age. Based on a 5-point scale in which 5 meant never watching back-to-back episodes from the same TV show in one go, the average point score for respondents aged 55 to 64 was 3.2.
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Average point on scale
16-242.5
25-342.7
35-442.8
45-543
55-643.2
Average point on scale
16-242.5
25-342.7
35-442.8
45-543
55-643.2

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The statistic presents data on the share of internet users who binge-watch TV shows in the United States in the fourth quarter of 2016, by age. Based on a 5-point scale in which 5 meant never watching back-to-back episodes from the same TV show in one go, the average point score for respondents aged 55 to 64 was 3.2.
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Release date
March 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
Q4 2016
Number of respondents
27,639 respondents
Age group
16-64 years
Special properties
internet users
Supplementary notes
The source provides the following information about the methodology: "Respondents are asked to select a point on a 5-point scale to best describe their tendency to watch back-to-back episodes of TV shows. On this scale, 1= I regularly watch back-to-back episodes of the same TV show in one go (e.g. by using on demand, box-set or streaming services), and 5= I never watched back-to-back episodes from the same TV shows in one go.."

This question was phrased by the source as follows: "For each of these sets of statements, please select the point on the scale that best describes you - are you at one end of the scale or somewhere in the middle?"

The source does not specify the type of survey.

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