American Parents’ Views on Movie Ratings
American parents overwhelmingly believe the Motion Picture Association’s film ratings are accurate and that they help them make better movie choices for their families, according to a new report released by our Classification and Rating Administration (which administers the rating system).
The survey of American parents’ views on movie ratings was conducted by PSB Insights, a global research and analytics consultancy. The research focuses on parents’ perceptions, attitudes, and expectations regarding movie content and the film rating system. PSB surveyed 1,500 parents of children aged 5-16, where both parent and child have watched a movie within the last six months either in a theater or in their home.