Sorry, cable providers: Cord-cutting is still going strong, especially among millennials.

According to a new survey by Atlanta-based video technology firm Clearleap, streaming services are now considered “mainstream”

The study, exclusively given to Mashable, polled 1,111 U.S. consumers age 18 or older in July 2015

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Here are five takeaways from the survey:

1. Millennials are “leading the streaming revolution.”

It’s no secret that 18-to-29-year-olds are less inclined to consume content on their big(ger) screens

The survey found that 70.32% of respondents in that age demographic use a streaming service, while only 64.41% have a cable subscription. A whopping 84.93% said they have used a streaming service at some point in time. Read more…

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Study: Millennials are ‘leading the streaming revolution’