Many moviegoers are still reluctant about going to the movies after a mass shooting inside a Colorado theater last month.
A survey by consulting firm Screen Engine shows that four weeks after the shooting 17 percent of people say they're still skeptical about going to movie theaters.
Late night showings are particularly affected. The number is slightly down from 21 percent the first week after the shooting.
The survey also found that teens, particularly females, are most likely to be hesitant about going to the movies.
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