Survey of 2,021 British adults about their attitudes towards mobile phones at ticketed live events.
- When asked how they used their mobile phone at the event they attended most recently, half (49%) of those British adults who have attended a ticketed live event in the last 12 months say that they took any photos and / or videos during the event using their mobile phone
- Four in five British adults who have attended a live ticketed event in the last 12 months say they understand why artists might not like people videoing and photographing at the event (81%), and seven in ten (70%) agree that it is irritating when people constantly photograph or film during a live performance
- More than two thirds of respondents (69%) say that more than minimal action should be taken to manage people’s phone usage during live events
Date Published: 08/01/2019
Categories: ARTS | Business | GB | Public and communities | Technology & Telecoms
ComRes interviewed 2,021 British adults (1,031 who had attended a live ticketed event within the last 12 months) online between the 15th and 16th of October 2018. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all British adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.