Over 40% of Brazilians stream video daily

Tuesday 22 September 2020 | 17:29 CET | News
Research conducted by Nielsen Brasil in partnership with Toluna reveals that 42.8 percent of Brazilians polled watch video streaming content daily, another 43.9 percent at least once a week, and only 2.5 percent have never done so. The youngest groups, 16-23 years and 24-35 years old, consume more content via streaming.  

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