Disney Plus roared out of the gate, signing up 28.6 million subscribers lower than three months after its debut. And regardless of Disney Plus’ smaller content material lineup, about half of Individuals stated they suppose the Mouse Home service is simply nearly as good as class chief Netflix, in line with a brand new survey by consumer-research agency Piplsay.

Requested “How does Disney Plus evaluate to Netflix?”, 49% of these surveyed stated Disney Plus is “nearly as good as” Netflix. Round 28% stated it’s not nearly as good — whereas 23% stated they suppose Disney Plus is healthier.

As well as, 37% of U.S. adults surveyed stated Disney Plus is healthier than Amazon Prime Video and Hulu. About 42% stated Disney Plus is nearly as good as Hulu (21% stated not nearly as good) and 40% stated Disney Plus is nearly as good as Prime Video (23% stated not nearly as good).

Amongst those that have been Disney Plus subscribers, 64% stated they took the standalone service (priced at $6.99 per thirty days) and 36% stated they subscribed to the Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus bundle ($12.99 per thirty days), per the survey.

All that stated, as with all such analysis, it’s necessary to needless to say what individuals say on a survey doesn’t all the time line up with their precise habits.

Notably, some 37% of U.S. customers Piplsay polled claimed they’ve subscribed to Disney Plus — a share that appears disproportionately excessive: Out of the estimated 120 million U.S. households as of 2018, that determine implies north of 40 million Disney Plus accounts within the U.S. alone (though password-sharing may account for a few of the discrepancy). In the meantime, 36% of respondents who stated they subscribed to Disney Plus stated they canceled one other streaming service on the similar time, which additionally appears excessive provided that Netflix really added U.S. subscribers in This autumn.

For the research, Piplsay stated it surveyed 63,833 U.S. adults 18 and older in January 2020.

Different findings from the survey:

  • Amongst Disney Plus subscribers, 39% stated they watched animated films probably the most, whereas 34% stated TV reveals and 27% stated live-action movies.
  • About 28% of Disney Plus subscribers stated they watched Disney-branded content material probably the most on the service, adopted by Marvel (19%), Pixar (18%), Star Wars (16%) and Nationwide Geographic (12%); 7% cited different manufacturers, resembling reveals like “The Simpsons” and “Little Einsteins.”
  • Requested “If you subscribed to Disney Plus, who did you primarily do it for?,” 47% of males stated “myself,” 37% stated their youngsters and 16% stated their companion; amongst ladies, 41% stated “myself,” 47% stated their youngsters and 12% stated their companion.
  • The highest U.S. states the place Disney Plus subscribers reside are Utah and Kentucky (54% of respondents in every state stated they subscribed to the service), Idaho (53%) and Louisiana (43%). States with the least share of Disney Plus subs have been Wisconsin and Maine (23%) South Dakota (27%) and West Virginia and Wyoming (29% every).