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Consumer opinion on TV programming' quality in Australia 2013

The graph show results of a consumer survey regarding the quality of TV programming in Australia as of October 2013. The survey found that twleve percent of Australian viewers found Channel Ten to have a very good quality in TV programming, compared to fifteen percent of consumers who considered Channel 7 and Channel 9 to have very good programming. More than fivepercent of those surveyed responded that they considered the programming on Channel 9 to be very poor in quality.

To what extent do you think the quality of programmes on the following television channels in Australia is good or poor?

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Release date

October 2013



Survey time period

September 30, 2013 to October 7, 2013

Number of respondents

502 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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