Video streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and YouTube have made video streaming a central part of many Americans’ lives.
But while many have embraced the service, others have not.
Why are some people watching more than others?
In a recent survey of 1,500 Americans, 38 percent said they watched more than one video per day.
Among them: 30 percent watched video on their smartphones, and 21 percent watched videos online.
Meanwhile, only 6 percent watched less than one hour per day on average.
As of August 2018, there were 2.7 billion video streams in the U.S., according to Netflix.
That means the average American watched more video per year than the average person in China.