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Poll: Slovaks not theatregoers

A POLL carried out by the GfK Slovakia agency indicates that Slovaks are not keen on going to the theatre.

As much as 63 percent of Slovaks do not go to theatre at all and just 2.4 percent go once per month, the TASR news agency reported.

More than a half the population does not go to the movies either, while 11.6 percent goes just once per month.

Men like to go to the movies more than women. While 14.3 percent of men go to the cinema once per month, just nine percent of women treat themselves to an evening out at the pictures.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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