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18% Of Netflix And Hulu Users Are Cord-Cutters, But Cable Still Rules

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    18% Of Netflix And Hulu Users Are Cord-Cutters, But Cable Still Rules (click for full article)

    by Sam Gutelle - April 21, 2014

    -- Netflix and Hulu continue to provide on demand access to TV programs, and as a result, cord-cutting is on the rise. A recent study from Experian Marketing Services has revealed that 7.6 million Internet-owning Americans can be classified as “cord-cutters” who don’t subscribe to cable TV.


    6.5% of all households included in Experian’s study have cut the cord, a 44% increase over the past three years. In particular, Americans age 18-34 have ditched cable in great numbers; 12.4% of them are cord-cutters, a 57% increase over the same time period.


    While most Netflix and Hulu users still supplement their subscriptions with cable, 18% of them have now cut the cord. Among the 18-34 demographic, that percentage rises to nearly 25%.



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    Unfortunately the way they're trying to classify "cord cutters" is flawed.
     

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