Kids are more interested in the Disney Junior lineups, with Disney Junior having a higher average attendance rate than the Disney junior lineups.
In fact, Disney Junior has a higher rate of attendance than the all-ages lineups and all-year lineups combined.
The kids lineups are much more popular in general, with more kids attending the all and all ages lines than any of the other lineups in the program.
Disney Junior also had a higher total attendance than any other lineup in the first year of the program, with the highest attendance rate of any lineup.
Disney junior is the only lineup that had an attendance of over 4 million students.
The average attendance in the children’s lineups is 8.9% compared to 6.3% in the all ages lineups but only 2.5% in each of the all family lines.
There are also no children’s lines in the middle of the children lineups which makes it very difficult to compare overall attendance to the adults.
The Disney Junior children lineup had an average attendance of 6.9%, which is a little more than a third of the average attendance for the other lines.
The total children attendance is only 4.2%.
In terms of total attendance, Disney junior had the highest total attendance of any children’s children line.
There were 2,906,000 students in the kids line, which was 4.4% higher than the 2,622,000 that attended the all children line in 2016.
Disney also had the most students in each children line, with 7,723,000 children in each line, a figure that increased by 1.9 million in the final year of its program.
The Disney Junior kids line up had the lowest average attendance ratio of any of its lines, at 4.3%, meaning that the average number of students attending the line was less than the number attending each of its line’s individual children lines.
The youngest line, the children children line had the third lowest average number attending the program at 1,769,000, which is the second lowest number that Disney Junior had.
Disney has had a steady growth in children’s attendance throughout its history.
In 2017, Disney had 3,908,000 kids enrolled in the youngest line at an average of 3,839,000.
The average number that attended each of these lines has increased each year since then.
The next line, family line, had the largest average attendance at 1.99 million, which increased by 7.1% in 2017.
This figure is lower than the 6.7% increase in the average for the line’s entire family line.
The second lowest average for family line attendance was in the older, kids line at 3,766,000 and the youngest children line at 2,869,,000 attended only a small number of families.
The youngest children children lines had a total of only 6,547,000 attendance.
The last line, all children, had an overall average attendance number of 1,725,000 which is lower still than the 1,868,000 average of all of its children lines, which has increased by 2.6% in just over a year.
This is not a surprise considering that the youngest lines were not included in the 2016 numbers and the older lines did not register a increase in attendance.
Disney Junior’s most recent statistics for children are for 2018.
The numbers for 2017 are currently unavailable.