Why is Netflix streaming dark and black, and why is this happening in the U.S.?
A new study from the Center for Democracy and Technology shows that, while the Netflix streaming service has become popular across the U., the U’s average American’s viewing habits are in a dark and very dark mood.
The Center for Economic and Policy Research conducted a survey on the demographics of American’s streaming habits, and found that more than half of Americans surveyed have watched less than 30 minutes of TV a day, and that the average American spends a whopping 15 hours a day watching TV.
The research, released Tuesday, also found that nearly three out of four people in the United States are binge watching television, with most binge watching during the first few months of the year.
But the study also showed that the amount of time people spend watching TV on their devices is more variable than most people realize.
The data is from a survey of 2,084 people from across the United Sates who answered a variety of questions about their habits and preferences, and also about their own health and the health of the nation.
The data is broken down into seven broad categories, including viewing, watching on their phones, streaming, watching online, and watching in their homes.
According to the report, the average person spends a total of 7 hours a week watching TV, on average, and a whopping 29 hours a month watching online.
Of those, nearly half of people report that they binge watch TV every day, with over one-third binge watching in the first week of the month, and the rest binge watching at least once a day.
The study also found the average number of hours people spent watching TV each day is around seven hours, and those who watch on their mobile devices are on average watching for over eight hours a year.
The average amount of viewing time is around nine hours a minute, and over half of the people who binge watch are binge viewers on a weekly basis.
The vast majority of Americans also don’t have much of a problem with binge watching.
The study found that roughly 40% of respondents had not seen too much TV in the last week, and nearly half have watched fewer than three hours of TV in their lifetime.
About one-in-three people also report binge watching on social media, and roughly half of those binge watch on a daily basis.
The number of people who have never watched TV at all has fallen from over two-thirds in 2013 to under one-quarter in 2015.
Despite all of these numbers, the Netflix service has proven to be popular with the average citizen.
Over the last few years, the company has made a number of changes to the way it presents content, including the introduction of the original season of Orange Is the New Black, a show that’s heavily focused on female characters.
However, while Netflix has also made changes to how it presents its content, the new report suggests that these changes may not have been enough to change the public’s viewing patterns.
“Netflix is doing more than making TV more accessible.
It’s changing the way we consume content,” said the report’s author, Andrew Sullivan.
“The data clearly shows that we have to change how we consume and consume content if we’re going to make a meaningful difference.”