Frugal, semi-urban renting families, light on arts and culture but heavy on community.
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Arts and culture play a very small role in the lives of this younger, cash-strapped group living in suburban and semi-urban areas of high unemployment. They are the least likely to think of themselves as arty, with less than a third believing that arts, culture and heritage are important in general. Nevertheless, they do engage in leisure activities as families, particularly mainstream events like cinema, live music and pantomime, and will participate in community-based entertainment.
Low Cultural Engagement
Audience Answers Benchmark:
6% of Active Audiences
12% of UK Population
Core Characteristics of Frontline Families
Frontline Families Further Segmented
While all Frontline Families broadly share these core characteristics, closer examination reveals two key subsegments who differ in life stage and style. If your target audience or local area is heavy on Frontline Families, understanding their variety can help with programming, marketing and outreach.