Study Finds 2/3 of Americans Plan to Subscribe to Disney+

With Disney+ set to debut in less than a week, a new study has revealed that two-thirds of Americans plan on subscribing to the streaming service.

In a study by internet service provider HighSpeedInternet.com, 400 Americans were surveyed to see if they would subscribe to Disney+ and ditch other subscription-based services. About 67% said they would subscribe to the new streaming platform, while, 60% stated they would stay with streaming giant Netflix over Disney+. Additionally, 63% stated they planned on keeping their current subscription and wouldn't cancel for Disney+.

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In the same survey, 60% of Americans stated Marvel and Star Wars influenced their decision to subscribe to Disney+. Of course, along with Marvel and Star Wars, Disney+ has Disney, Pixar and National Geographic in the mix for viewers to enjoy. The service has even snagged properties like Avatar and The Simpsons for its launch day.

Disney has stated the streaming subscription service will not rotate its content, a model currently employed by major players such as Netflix and Hulu. However, even though Hulu is a competitor, the service has a media bundle with the streaming platform and ESPN+.

Disney+ is set to launch on November 12.

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