The percentage of overall active memberships in the U.S. ? those memberships that demonstrate some type of engagement within a 12-month period ? remains at 43.8 percent, with a blended average of 6.2 active memberships per household.



Stat: The percentage of overall active memberships in the U.S. ? those memberships that demonstrate some type of engagement within a 12-month period ? remains at 43.8 percent, with a blended average of 6.2 active memberships per household.

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Stat Source: Colloquy

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Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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