A new poll says that 60% of people 25 and under are willing to rush back to movie theaters when they open. Only 49% of people age 26 to 44 feel the same way, and not surprisingly, the numbers keep decreasing with age.
FULL STORY: Movie theaters are getting ready to reopen next month, but is anybody willing to risk it? Not surprisingly, the younger you are, the more likely you’ll take the chance.
A new survey found that Gen Z . . . people 25 and under . . . is the only group where a MAJORITY are up for it. 60% say they want to go back “as soon as possible” or “relatively quickly.”
Millennials . . . age 26 to 44 . . . aren’t too far behind. 49% of them want to go back.
For Gen X . . . age 45 to 54 . . . it drops down to 42%.
And then we have the Boomers . . . ages 55 and up. Obviously, they’re the most high-risk for COVID-19, so it’s not surprising that only 37% of them want to venture out.