Current U.S. Television Use
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Asked by: drbruce-ga
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12 Jul 2004 11:11 PDT
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Question ID: 373092
How much television viewing is done by members of the average U.S. household in a given day and, most importantly week? The data should be for either 2004 or the 2003-2004 TV season.
Re: Current U.S. Television Use
Answered By: tar_heel_v-ga on 12 Jul 2004 12:37 PDT
According to AC Nielsen, in 2003, the average American household watches close to 8 hours (7.58 hours) of television per day, or 53 hours, 6 minutes per week. They also stated that women watch 5:05 per day, men watch 4:29 per day and children 3:14 per day Search Strategy United State television viewing statistics References: TV Basics: Time Spent Viewing ? Households http://www.tvb.org/rcentral/mediatrendstrack/tvbasics/08_TimeViewingHH.asp TV Basics: Time Spent Viewing ? Persons http://www.tvb.org/rcentral/mediatrendstrack/tvbasics/09_TimeViewingPersons.asp
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