The Washington Post has published an article that provides a rare look at the outlook for outdoor movie rentals in Washington.
The article, entitled, “Outdoor movie rentals could be a big hit in the Washington area: a new study says” by Jessica Lisk, was written in part by Jennifer W. Hodge, a senior research associate at the Urban Institute.
Hodge and her team analyzed the demographics of moviegoers and moviegoers who had already rented a movie.
“We have very few people that are not already familiar with the genre, so we thought we would go in and find out whether people who have been looking for a movie the last few months are still interested,” Hodge told The Washington State Journal.
They found that the average age of moviegoing was 40, and more than half of those people had never seen a movie before.
It is also the case that a majority of those who have seen a film before said they are looking for something different.
For instance, the percentage of people who said they had seen a comedy movie was more than twice as high as the percentage who had seen an action film.
According to Hodge and Hodge’s report, more than 70 percent of those with a bachelor’s degree or higher are also at least somewhat familiar with a movie they have seen before.
“What we found is that people who haven’t been to a theater for several years and have only seen movies they had in the past are still looking for an experience they haven’t had before,” Hinkle said.
But there are some important caveats.
Hodge said that, although the study looked at demographics, there are also factors that can influence whether people are interested in visiting the movies.
This study looked only at people that have already been to the theater, which is not true of all moviegoing locations, Hodge said.
According to the report, people who did not know about the movie and have never been to theaters are less likely to be interested in coming back.
The report does not address whether there are other factors that could influence whether a movie is a good idea.
For instance:The study found that moviegoing may not be as popular as it once was.
Some people are reluctant to return to theaters, which may have a negative impact on the local economy.
And there may be new technologies that may be bringing moviegoing back to the U.S.
The Washington State Department of Commerce has reported that there is a surge in moviegoing activity as more people seek out new experiences in their daily lives.
At the same time, the industry may be experiencing an economic downturn, which could hurt moviegoing in the future, Hinkle and Hickey said.
The report also notes that there may have been a shift in the demographics that might have impacted moviegoing.
Hickey noted that people are less interested in being seen in the dark and have a greater interest in going to the movies with their friends.