New consumer research from Leichtman Research Group (LRG) found that 81% of US households have a DVR, get Netflix, or use on-demand (VOD) from a cable or Telco provider — with 30% of households using two of the services, and 13% using all three.
The survey also found that 57% of households get a subscription video on-demand (SVOD) service from Netflix, Amazon Prime, and/or Hulu. Overall, 48% of adults stream any of these services on a monthly basis.
Looking into specific demographics, the report found that 77% of ages 18-24 stream an SVOD service monthly — compared to 63% of ages 25-44, 50% of ages 45-54, and 23% of ages 55+.
In terms of Netflix use, 37% of all adults stream Netflix weekly — compared to 8% in 2010 – while 83% of Netflix streaming users watch Netflix on a TV set.
“In 2005, 25% of cable subscribers had ever used VOD, 8% of all households had a DVR, and about 4% of households subscribed to Netflix’s DVD-by-mail movie delivery service. These services have significantly evolved over the past decade,” explains Bruce Leichtman, president and principal analyst for Leichtman Research Group, Inc. “Today, over 80% of households get at least one of these services, and in recent years Netflix and other streaming SVOD offerings have expanded the use and popularity of on-Demand TV.”
These findings are based on a survey of 1,214 households throughout the United States, and are part of LRG’s study, On-Demand TV XIV. This is LRG’s fourteenth annual study on this topic.