The Harry Potter brand has been around for over 150 years and continues to grow, but its popularity has fallen off a cliff over the last decade due to the rise of “Internet porn,” according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
The research suggests that Harry Potter fans are more likely to use online services than their older peers.
Pew found that online viewing rates for all the Harry Potter products tracked by Pew reached their peak in 2012, when nearly two-thirds of U.S. households were online.
Now, it says, “more than half of U,S.
adults, and nearly half of all adults ages 18 to 49, are now online at least occasionally.”
What is Harry Potter?
Pew’s study of online viewing data from Pew Research showed that Harry Potters popularity peaked in 2011 and fell off sharply in 2013.
This is according to the Pew report.
It also says that the Harry Potter toy line “has been on the decline since 2012, with a decline of 13% over the same time period, when the Harry Pots popularity peaked.”
The research also showed that Potter fans “tend to prefer older, older toys,” like the POT toys.
What’s behind this decline?
Harry Potter has become an increasingly popular toy among younger people, and Pew’s research found that older fans are much more likely than younger fans to buy online toys.
In 2016, Pew found, a total of 8.5 million children ages 6 to 17 were using online toys, and 7.4 million of them were in households where they were using them.
That compares to 4.4 billion children ages 3 to 17 who were online at the time.
The Pew study also found that Potter toys “are now used more frequently by teens than by adults.”
And Pew found a drop in Harry Potter fan purchases by teens.
According to the research, “in 2016, about 9% of Harry Potter players and 9% (or 1.6 million) of Potter fans were aged 18 to 29, down from 11% and 11% of Potter players in 2016, respectively.”
The study also said that Potter-based products like “Muggle Artifacts,” “Muggles,” and “Hogs” are popular among younger children.