There are a lot of streaming services to choose from, but which is America’s favorite? According to a new study, it’s Netflix.
Data from comScore, an analytics company, revealed that people in the U.S. watched more Netflix each month more than Hulu, Amazon Video and YouTube combined.
In April, Netflix had 40 percent of the over-the-top viewing hours, while YouTube had 18 percent, Hulu had 14 percent and Amazon Video had seven percent.
Additionally, Netflix had the most monthly viewing days per household. People watched 12.3 days of the service in April.
Although Netflix was the one to beat overall, the report revealed that Hulu users were more engaged with its platform on a daily basis.
On average, viewers watch 2.9 hours of Hulu a day compared to Netflix. Its viewers watch 2.2 hours. YouTube fans consume 2.1 hours, and Amazon Video lovers take in 2 hours.
While the report didn’t reveal why, analysts believe Netlfix is a place for binge-watching.
On the other hand, Hulu’s partnerships with TV networks encourages to return to the site on a more regular basis.
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