With other options such as Hulu and Amazon Prime giving customers the ability to stream on-demand, do we care about paying for cable TV anymore? Last year we reported that 20% of Netflix streaming customers have already cut the cord and the number is expected to grow and today we told you that ABC is making it more difficult to stream shows from their website.
Back in 2010, we asked a simple question: Are you replacing cable TV with Internet options? Back then, 25% of respondents said that they had already cut the cord, although the sample size was relatively small. We've even seen threads in our own forums discussing the pros/cons of making the switch. It's now 2014, and we want to know how the numbers have changed. Let us know how (if?) you consume regular television, movies, and sports, and provide some tips for those who may be considering the switch but are still too timid.