Not Surprising, Montana Doesn’t Binge Netflix Like Other States
According to a new survey from Techelate, here in Montana, we don't binge the streaming service Netflix as much as other states do. We ranked 39th out of all 50 states plus Washington D.C. in the amount of streaming we watch, racking up 702 hours a year streaming shows. Our neighbors to the east ranked number 50. North Dakotans only binged 662 hours last year, the least amount of Netflix watching than any other state. I think it is because we have so many better things to do. We like to be outside no matter the season. We like to be with our families, camping, boating, hunting, etc.
We also have streaming issues.
Montana still has some of the slowest internet rates in the U.S. We are in the top 5 for slowest internet, or would that be the bottom five of fastest? Even with our long winters and the opportunity to stream and binge, we seem to find other things to do.
We are also honest. Montanans don't share our passwords (42%) as much as other states do. Yep, in Montana, we are busy doing other things and we are (mostly) honest. I have been finding myself binging less and less these days. I am more interested in almost anything else these days. I have been working or hitting the golf course or trying to clean out the garage. I am more interested in how the Griz are doing or even The Cats. I also haven't shared any of my passwords with anyone outside of my family, and according to this survey, I am in the majority. I am proud of this survey that here in Montana we have better things to do than to sit down and stream shows.