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

Lack of time and work commitments can be a barrier to arts attendance, especially for parents with young children who may need to find childcare.

Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Lack of time and work commitments were equally common among interested non-attendees across racial and ethnic groups.
Lack of time and work commitments were equally common among interested non-attendees across racial and ethnic groups.
Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Non-Hispanic Whites were slightly more likely than other racial/ethnic groups to cite lack of time as a barrier for attending an exhibit they had wanted to see.
Non-Hispanic Whites were slightly more likely than other racial/ethnic groups to cite lack of time as a barrier for attending an exhibit they had wanted to see.
Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Lack of time and work commitments most frequently prevented young adults' attendance, whereas this barrier was least common among people ages 60 and over.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Families with young children more often had difficulty finding the time to attend the arts.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Lack of time and work commitments were the most frequent barrier mentioned to arts attendance, and this reason for non-attendance was more often mentioned by men than by women.
Lack of time and work commitments were equally common among interested non-attendees across racial and ethnic groups.
Lack of time and work commitments were equally common among interested non-attendees across racial and ethnic groups.