There has been a lot of confusion since Netflix announced that they were rolling out new features to effectively eliminate password sharing.
Initially, the streaming service stated that users would be required to set a primary location for their account by February 21, however, many users are finding they can still access their account in more than one location.
We asked our readers in a non-scientific poll to let us know if they had been required to set a primary location, as well as their thoughts on the state of the streaming service.
The majority of voters stated that they did not have to set a primary location on their account and were willing to give Netflix a second chance.
Did you cancel your Netflix account after the initial announcement earlier this month?
Of the 179 responses we received on our first question:
Yes represented 37 votes (20.7%)
No represented 142 votes (79.3%)
Were you required to set a primary location on your Netflix account?
Of the 181 responses we received on our second question:
Yes represented 74 votes (40.9%)
No represented 85 votes (47%)
I’m not sure represented 22 votes (12.2%)
Have you tried to access your account in more than one location since the 21?
Out of 179 responses to our third question:
Yes represented 86 votes (48%)
No represented 84 votes (46.9%)
I’m not sure represented 9 votes (5%)
Are you going to give Netflix a second chance?
Of the 175 responses we received on our second question:
Yes represented 59 votes (33.7%)
No, I’m over it represented 38 votes (21.7%)
Undecided represented 78 votes (44.6%)