Study: College-educated watch less TV than high-school grads

04/2/2013 | MediaPost Communications

People who attended college for at least four years tend to log less TV time than high-school graduates, Nielsen has found. College-educated viewers tally one hour, 14 minutes on average each day during prime time, compared with two hours, eight minutes for high school graduates. However, the differences aren't always as great among those with disparate incomes, with people earning under $30,000 annually logging about the same amount of prime-time viewing as those earning at least $100,000.

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