More than 46 per cent of couples around the world confess to watching shows on Netflix without their partner, even after agreeing to gorge on a series together, with men being slightly more likely to cheat on their partner than women. Four years later, cheating has increased three times and has become a common behaviour around the world. Are you among the 14% that think Netflix cheating is worse than an actual affair?
Netflix conducted the survey and said 60 percent of self-proclaimed "cheaters" said they would do it more if their partner didn't get so mad. The company created "Commitment Rings", which used NFC technology to make sure you were only watching a show when your partner was there.
The most cheaters are in Brazil and Mexico where nearly 60 percent of streaming couples said they cheated. 81 percent of Netflix cheaters in the United Kingdom have cheated multiple times, and over half (52 percent) don't even feel bad about it. Wow.
And how do 100 percent of normal people respond to finding out their person is a Netflix cheater?
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Never mind Netflix and chill, Brits are all about Netflix and cheat. Most interestingly, 27% of users admit to cheating while their partner is sleeping.
So what shows are people cheating with? That would be "The Walking Dead", "Orange is the New Black", "Breaking Bad", "House of Cards" and Marvel's "Daredevil".
Netflix says most TV watchers are not planning to cheat; about 80% of it is unplanned.
The Netflix survey was conducted by SurveyMonkey from December 20-31, 2016 and based on 30,267 responses. The U.S., Brazil, and Mexico were among the countries with the most cheaters, while viewers in Netherlands, Germany, and Poland were among the most loyal.