For how many hours do you watch TV daily?
What is the average time you watch TV for?
Zero. Don't own a TV because I think it's been dumbed down so badly not only is there nothing I find worth watching but on the odd occasions I encounter it, I resent being treated like an idiot with a tiny attention span!
Less than 2 hours unless if i am watching a movie...
I just usually watch 20 to 40 minutes tv series to avoid being hooked on for so long.
I have better things to do than watch TV, so i keep it limited.
In the summers this kicks up, probably to 5-6 hours daily.
I think more or less about 2hrs on an average. There are days I don't even turn the TV on. and there are days I am just glued to it.
even though i dont own a tv, i still catch up to my favorite shows through streaming websites. It often takes way to much time to stream an episode but I'll leave for about 15 minutes to make a snack or a meal and it will be done or close to done when I get back. so i would have to say 2 to 3 hours of tv watching
More than 1hr and less than 2hr hours a day,mostly just watch the news and any documentary that are on... I'd rather read a good book instead...
i watch tv about 10 hours a day. i'm disabled, so it's on from the time i get up. my wife and i watch a minimum of 5 hours of news programs/day. i keep the set on while i work on the computer or read, so i'm not always paying attention to it.
Over the last few years there has been less and less that I am interested in watching. I am not interested in all the reality shows or what I consider night time soap operas. The comedies aren't particularly funny to me - I find the news to be depressing - I actually don't watch much TV at all. I probably average less than 5 hours a week. I would much rather (and often do) read instead.
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