Clearly, no one likes the intro. Which is unfortunate because that was the first thing I thought of when coming up with the idea for this video and figured it would be the best part.
Then as the song goes along, people seem to stick around...I think. Which may mean that the song is getting better as it goes along. Doubtful though. Here's YouTube's instructions for interpreting this data:
"The ups-and-downs of viewership at each moment in your video, compared to videos of similar length.My audience attention sucks! But then again, according to YouTube's demographic (mis?)calculations, more than 50% of my viewers are between the ages of 13 and 17, so how much attention do they really have to give in the first place?
The higher the graph, the hotter your video: fewer viewers are leaving your video and they may also be rewinding to watch that point in the video again.
Audience attention score is an overall measure of your video's ability to retain its audience's attention, compared to videos of a similar length."
YouTube also admits:
"The data represented in the graphs is an informational, aggregate representation and the number of actual views may be higher or lower."So I think what we can conclude here is if people press play, leave their computer to turn off the stove and get out their TV dinner and forget that they pressed play -- then they played the whole darn thing.