What share of adults who were interested, but did not attend, cited location access as a barrier?

Difficulty getting to the location of an exhibit or performance can be a barrier to arts attendance, especially for older individuals living with persistent illness or disabilities, or for those residing in rural or other areas with less access to transportation.

Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 as well as adults aged 45 and older often mentioned difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location as a barrier to their attendance.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location was much less common among interested non-attendees with a child under age 6 at home.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Men and women were equally likely to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Hispanics of non-Mexican origin were significantly less likely than other U.S. adults to say difficulty getting to the exhibit or performance location prevented their attendance, overall. In addition, African-American and non-Hispanic Blacks, as well as Hispanics of Mexican origin, were significantly more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to mention access as a barrier to exhibit attendance.