Millennials are the most likely generation to call themselves very fashionable. Generation Z, is generally split on whether or not to call themselves fashionable.
YouGov data shows that Gen Z believes that it is both fashionable to part your hair in the middle (62%) and to use a side part (56%).
Taylor Swift's upcoming re-release, Fearless, lands in third place with a score of 4.03 out of 5.
Americans overwhelmingly support the young royals’ decision to “step back” from their working roles as part of the British Royal Family (61% support).
Of those who said they were fans of the action film genre, nearly half said they wanted to watch "Cosmic Sin" after seeing the trailer (49%).
Among those who watched the interview or read news stories about it, two-thirds (68%) say they have sympathy for Harry and Meghan, with 35% saying they have “a lot” of sympathy for the couple.
Before viewing the trailer, 33% of respondents said they had not heard anything about "Chaos Walking" and just 15% said they were likely to see it. After tuning into the trailer, that number jumped to two in five users (42%).
The most effective trailer of the week belongs to “The Father”.
New YouGov data shows how comfortable consumers are going to the movies, and how Hollywood’s shift to a video-on-demand business model may affect cinema attendance in a post-COVID-19 world.
“Blithe Spirit”, which is due for a limited theatrical release by IFC Films, took home the mantle of most effective trailer of the week
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Queen Elizabeth II is the most popular royal, with 68% of Americans saying they hold a favorable view of the reigning monarch.
Before viewing the trailer, 17% of respondents said they were very or somewhat likely to see this politically charged thriller. After watching the trailer, that number increased to nearly half of all respondents (49%).
Who plays fantasy sports? YouGov has been collecting data on this for some time and our analysis shows that 15% of US adults over the age of 21 say they have played fantasy sports at least once in the past 12 months
Are we living in a simulation? Two of this week's films - “Bliss” and “A Glitch in the Matrix” - pose that very question.
While a film about an Anglo-Saxon burial might not sound like a particularly thrilling premise, the trailer for “The Dig” was the most effective this week at persuading viewers to consider seeing a film.
More than two in five (45%) 18-to 24-year-olds have been in a love triangle, the most likely age demographic to identify with the romantic struggle.
Before viewing the trailer, about two in five (42%) respondents said they had not heard anything about Our Friend and just 12% said they were likely to see it. After tuning into the tear-jerking trailer, that number jumped to 43%.
Prior to seeing the trailer, 21% of YouGov Direct respondents said they were somewhat or very likely to see The Marksman. After viewing the clip on the YouGov Direct Platform, 53% said they were now likely to see it, the highest level of post-trailer interest this week.
This eye-opening documentary was particularly appealing to Millennial and Gen Z audiences. Nearly two-thirds of respondents between the ages of 18 and 39 said they were somewhat or very likely to see the film post-trailer (64%).