(NEW YORK) -- According to according to Deloitte’s annual "Digital Democracy Survey," nearly 75% of Americans confessed to binge watching multiple episodes in one sitting; particularly younger viewers.
According to the survey, some 90% of 20 to 33 year-olds -- millennials, that is -- and 87% of their even younger counterparts, aged 14-19, say they have binge-watched video content.
The study also revealed younger people watch TV very differently that their older counterparts -- in fact, in increasing numbers, when they're "watching TV," they're not actually watching shows on a TV at all.
Viewers from 14 years old through the millennial set reportedly watch their movies and TV on devices other than a TV; the TV still holds appeal for 60% of people aged 34-50, as well as more than 80% of viewers in the 51-69 demographic.
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