The latest data shows that in 2015, 2.6 percent of households had no TV at all, a jump from the previous four surveys in 2009, 2005, 2001, and 1997 in which a steady 1.2 to 1.3 percent of households didn’t own a TV. The 2015 data also showed that the number of people with three TVs or more dropped in 2015. That year, 39 percent of households had more than three TVs, whereas 44 percent had more than three TVs in 2009.
Source: Ars Technica
Interestingly, the number of households with one or two TVs increased in 2015 to 58 percent, from 54 percent in 2009.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Americans Own Fewer TVs: No TV Households Has Doubled
Posted By Milton Recht
From Ars Technica, "Americans have fewer TVs on average than they did in 2009: And the number of households with no TVs at all grew." by Megan Geuss:
Posted 3/01/2017 12:11:00 PM