A new survey from Harris Interactive indicates that in the past six months 22% of Americans have canceled or cut back on their cable TV services, reports B&C.
The pace of movement away from cable has been consistent for a while now. The 22% figure was the same as was found in a similar survey in February, while an October 2009 study came back with a figure of 21%.
The Harris online poll was conducted Oct. 11-18 among 3,084 U.S. adults age 18 and older.
In addition, 17% said they canceled their landline phone service and are only using their cell phone.