I referenced a Leichtman a Research report earlier in a response to Bert.
Looking at it again, there were a few factoids I did not include in that post:
OVER 80% OF U.S. HOUSEHOLDS GET BROADBAND AT HOME
78% with broadband at home also access the Internet on a smartphone -- compared
to 52% in 2012
13% of households get a broadband Internet service, but do not subscribe to a
pay-TV service, while 68% of households get both broadband and pay-TV services
Many people have two broadband services they can use at home; and some only
have cellular broadband.
This report does not tell us how many homes do not take a MVPD service, but
other reports indicate it is about 83 to 85%. So it looks like most of the
homes that do not get TV from a MVPD service have broadband; if they watch TV
it is either by antenna or the Internet.
Further confirmation that cord cutting is not accelerating and that for most
homes streaming TV is complementary to MVPD service.