Time spent with media among Hispanic mothers in the United States in 2012

The graph shows the time Hispanic mothers or expectant women spent with different types of media on a typical day in the United States in 2012, compared to the general population and U.S. mothers in general. According to Babycenter, the average Spanish speaking Hispanic mom spent 8.9 hours a day on different media in 2012.

In a typical day, how many hours do you spend with the following media?

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Release date

June 2012


United States

Survey time period


Special properties

pregnant women or mothers with children up to 7 years old

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* Total also includes magazines, newspapaers and tablets/e-readers, for which no figures have been provided.
General population: n = 1,400+,
Mothers overall (expectant women or moms with kids up to 7 years old): n = 1,400+,
Hispanic mothers (expectant women or mothers with kids up to 7 years old, recruited in English and Spanish): n = 381 (132 were English speaking and 249 preferred Spanish or were bilingual).

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