television watching statistics

Television Watching Statistics

Total Use of Television Data
Average time spent watching television (U.S.) 5:11 hours
White 5:02
Black 7:12
Hispanic 4:35
Asian 3:14
Years the average person will have spent watching TV 9 years
Family Television Statistics  
Percentage of households that possess at least one television 99 %
Number of TV sets in the average U.S. household 2.24
Percentage of U.S. homes with three or more TV sets 65 %
Percentage of Americans that regularly watch television while eating dinner 67 %
Percentage of Americans who pay for cable TV 56 %
Number of videos rented daily in the U.S. 6 million
Percentage of Americans who say they watch too much TV 49 %
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Child Television Statistics  
Number of minutes per week that the average child watches television 1,480
Percent of 4-6 year-olds who, when asked to choose between watching TV and spending time with their fathers, preferred television 54 %
Hours per year the average American youth spends in school 900 hours
Hours per year the average American youth watches television 1,200
Number of violent acts seen on TV by age 18 150,000
Number of 30 second TV commercials seen in a year by an average child 16,000
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: BLS American Time Use Survey, A.C. Nielsen Co.
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: May 23, 2017

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Hunger Games Total Franchise Revenue

Hunger Game Movie Box Office Sales Worldwide Box-Office Earnings DVD / Digital Sales
The Hunger Games $691,247,768 $482,409,000
The Hunger Games : Catching Fire $864,912,963 $683,182,000
The Hunger Games : Mockingjay Part 1 $752,100,229 $512,280,000
Hunger Game Book Sales Domestic Book Sales Book Sales Revenue
The Hunger Games 17,500,000 $169,000,000
Catching Fire 10,000,000 $99,000,000
Mockingjay 9,000,000 $89,000,000
Total Hunger Games Franchise Revenue $4,344,000,000
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Entertainment, Box Office Mojo, New York Times
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: April 1, 2017

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