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Kickstarter published a new independent study on the number of failed projects in the platform. Survey data shows, that they are 9% of all published projects – a significant number, which talk about bad intentions or failure of the creators of the project, rather than a fundamental problem in the model of Kickstarter.

About 8% of all money paid for projects going for those who fail in the future. Unsuccessful efforts are evenly distributed between the different categories of products.

Kickstarter also held Study on the opinion of its users to determine what are their reactions and what is the attitude of the authors of failed projects. According to users between 15% and 20% of them had an adequate response and further action after the failure of the project.

Only 13% of unsuccessful products compensate them supporting users with refund or another product. It is possible that in the future Kickstarter to begin to regulate projects a little more closely to reduce the number of failures and frustrated users.

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