I don’t quite understand why – in this age of digital video recorders and streaming Web sites such as Hulu.com — people pack so many televisions into their homes.
The average American home now has 2.86 televisions and just 2.5 people, according to a new survey by Nielsen. The number of TVs jumped from 1.57 in 1975 to 2.43 in 2000 as the Internet gained popularity. The number of units per home continued to grow through the 2000s, but more slowly. Only 2% of Americans have no televisions.
Source: Hot Property