Technology toys are still the most popular toy of the year.
But the number of kids playing with them is not keeping up with the demand, according to data from toy maker Toy Research.
The company released its first annual report last week.
The report shows that in the second quarter of 2016, toy makers saw an 8 percent increase in toy orders compared to the same period in 2015.
Toys were sold out in the United States in March.
Toys sales are down 9 percent from a year ago.
Toy sales are also down by an impressive 17 percent in China, a key market for toys.
Toy research firm Toy Research says that while there is no reason to believe that the market is being hit hard by the pandemic, the company does think that the current supply constraints will have an impact.
Toy Research’s chief economist, Michael Gartenberg, said that the global demand for toys has not been as strong as the industry hoped.
Gartenburg said the industry is trying to find ways to keep the current demand high.
But he noted that it is going to take time for toys to catch up to demand in a world where more kids are moving into the adult market.
“As we saw in the past, there is still a very big demand for this kind of technology, and that is going not to be met until the technology catches up to what it is really meant for,” Gartengenberg said.
According to the Toy Research report, the demand for technology toys is up about 8 percent in 2016 compared to a year earlier.
Toys have been popular for a long time, but there is an increasing number of parents and parents in general who are finding it hard to keep their children busy with technology toys.
A recent Pew Research Center survey showed that the percentage of parents who say that they do not buy tech toys has grown over the past year.
The trend is also happening in other parts of the world.
In 2016, a survey conducted by toy maker Play-Doh found that over half of parents surveyed in India, Pakistan and Indonesia said that they were not spending money on technology toys as much as they would like.