El 72% de los noruegos van al cine, frente al 58% de 1991
por Jorn Rossing Jensen
- En inglés: Según el nuevo barómetro cultural de Statistics Norway, el cine es la oferta cultural más popular entre los 9 y 79 años
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For the first time since 1975, Norwegian films controlled 23.9% of the local market last year, and cinema is also the most popular cultural offering for people aged between nine and 79, according to a new cultural barometer published by Statistics Norway.
Since 1991, the government statistics office has regularly examined the population’s cultural habits: in 1991, 58% of Norwegians went to the cinema, in 2012 (the most recent analysis) the figure stood at 67%, and no less than 72% had watched a film in the theatres within the last 12 months.
With cinema claiming the number-one spot, concerts and sports follow (with 62% and 55%, respectively), outpacing public libraries and museums. 32% had been to a ballet or dance performance (50% had never been to such a show), and 8% to an opera or operetta (with 55% having never attended such events).
With three local features on top of the 2016 charts, Norwegian cinema admissions went up 8.9% last year – the best result in Europe (see the news).
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