Americans aged 18-34 watched an average of 1 hour and 12 minutes of traditional TV per day during Q3 2020, while adults aged 65 and above spent the most time watching television at over four hours.
Gen Xers and Boomers also watch more traditional TV than other age groups.
African-Americans, Hispanic Americans and Asian-Americans all have different viewing behaviors.
On average, people spend 4 hours and 39 minutes per day with video, including traditional TV, TV-connected devices, video on a computer, and video-focused apps/websites on smartphones and tablets.
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In 2021, the total average time spent watching TV per day among viewers aged 15 years old or over was 2.86 hours, up from 2019. Aduls aged 65 and above spent the most time watching television at over four hours, whilst 15 to 19-year-olds spent the least time at 1.96 hours.
U.S. daily TV consumption by age 2021 | Statista
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The State of Traditional TV: Updated With Q3 2020 Data