A new survey from PiplsayPiplsay has given an insight into what American’s think about the new streaming service, Disney+, just under three months after its launch.
This survey asked 63,833 individuals, who were based in the US and over the age of 18, of which revealed some interesting facts. Such as how there was a even split between those adults who signed up for the service for themselves and those who wanted it for their kids
There were some key facts revealed from this data, such as over a third of those with Disney+, signed up for the Disney Streaming Service with Hulu and ESPN+. Which is one of the reasons why both Hulu and ESPN+ saw great increases in subscribers following the launch of Disney+.
Its also interesting how this survey also shows what people have been watching and how it’s very split between the different type of content available on Disney+. But it’s Disney branded content standing out as a major source of interest. With the recently purchased content from 20th Century Studios and National Geographic having less interest from those asked.
But it’s the comparisons to other streaming services that caught my eye, especially with 36% of those Disney+ subscribers, cancelling a subscription to another service. And when compared to other streaming services, the majority of those felt it was on par or better than existing platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hulu.
This survey does give us a good insight into a large portion of Disney+ subscribers, but what caught your eye from these results?