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Bruce Madmin

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"Last Mini-poll results"

Ok folks, the Mini-poll has been updated and here are the last results as commented up... do feel free to respond with your own thoughts on the results.

Balletco Poll

On average how much do you pay to see a dance or ballet performance?

£21 - £25: 32.4%

£11 - £15: 14.7%

£26 - £30: 14.7%

£16 - £20: 11.8%

£41 - £50: 8.8%

£1 - £10: 8.8%

£36 - £40: 5.9%

£50 : 2.9%

£31 - £35: 0.0%

by CgiScripts.Net


Poll: On average how much do you pay to see a dance or ballet performance?

20 December 1999

Well 35% of us spend less than £20 a ticket and nearly 70% of us spend less than £25 per ticket. Which means the average spend is around £22 or so.

Only just over 10% of us spend more than £36. I guess we would all love to have better seats, but for many going so often inevitably means that something has to give.

From another Mini-poll we know that people go on average about 12 times a year - which gives an average spend of about £264. This assumes that both sets of respondents are the same - which is unlikely of course. Personally I think regular goers spend far more than that. But that's statistics for you!

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