U.S. number of activities while watching TV 2015, by generation

This statistic shows average number of additional activities performed by U.S. consumers while watching TV, sorted by generation. As of November 2015, it was found that Baby Boomers performed an average of one additional activities while watching TV.

Average number of additional activities while watching TV according to consumers in the United States as of November 2015, by generation

Number of activities
Teens (14-18 years)4
Trailing Millennials (19-25 years)4
Leading Millennials (26-32 years)4
Gen X (33-49 years)3
Baby Boomers (50-68 years)1
Matures (69+ years)1
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Release date

March 2016


United States

Survey time period

November 5 to 19, 2015

Number of respondents

total survey n = 2,205

Age group

14 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

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