Brits are a bunch of Netflix cheaters and they're not even sorry

Brits are a bunch of Netflix cheaters and they're not even sorry

Brits are a bunch of Netflix cheaters and they're not even sorry

In a new survey the streaming service released Monday, it's found that "Netflix cheating" - the act of watching without a partner's knowledge - is on the rise. Since 2013 the number of cheaters has tripled as it has become more socially acceptable to commit streaming adultery.

About 14 percent of couples who stream shows together, considered "Netflix cheating" worse than forgetting a birthday or anniversary. What do you think about Netflix cheating? Forty-two percent Indians said that when one partner falls asleep, they secretly watch Netflix shows. They're more likely than other countries to say they cheat because they know they won't get caught.

The survey also revealed that once you've Netflix cheated, it's hard to stop: 81 percent of cheaters are repeat offenders and 44 percent have cheated more than three times.

So what shows are enticing people to commit such a heinous crime? Even singer Michael Bolton understands Netflix cheating.

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The top 10 temptations in Canada, the survey said, were The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Orange Is the New Black, Grey's Anatomy, Bates Motel, Stranger Things, Gilmore Girls, House of Cards, Narcos and The 100.

But while this kind of infidelity isn't as severe as other forms, confessing to one's partner that they've watched an episode - or the entire season - ahead of them, is not something many would readily do: 39% in the Asia-Pacific Region would never confess.

Although the United Kingdom is among the worst offenders, other cheating nations include Brazil and Mexico (57-58%), while the most loyal are the Netherlands (73% have not cheated), Germany (65%) and Poland (60%).

Netflix said the survey was conducted by SurveyMonkey for 12 days previous year and received more than 30,000 responses from 29 countries.

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