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Members of affluent U.S. households who watched business/finance/economic news programs/shows/videos during the past 7 days from 2015 to 2017

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Members of affluent U.S. households who watched business/finance/economic news shows The statistic shows the members of affluent U.S. households who watched business/finance/economic news programs/shows/videos during the past seven days from 2015 to 2017. In 2017, 21 percent of affluent Americans with a household income of 200,000 U.S. dollars stated they watched business/finance/economic news shows/programs/videos during the last seven days.
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Household income $125,000 or more*Household income $200,000 or more
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The statistic shows the members of affluent U.S. households who watched business/finance/economic news programs/shows/videos during the past seven days from 2015 to 2017. In 2017, 21 percent of affluent Americans with a household income of 200,000 U.S. dollars stated they watched business/finance/economic news shows/programs/videos during the last seven days.
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Release date
October 2017
In cooperation with:
Ipsos
Region
United States
Survey time period
2015 to 2017
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
Persons living in affluent households
Method of interview
Postal questionnaire
Supplementary notes
During the survey, the question was posed as follows: "Which of the following types of video content (programs/shows/videos) listed below have you, yourself, watched in the past 7 days? Please include any that you may have watched on a TV, a laptop/desktop computer, a tablet, or a smartphone. The viewed content may be live, recorded, or on-demand."

2015 sample size:
Persons with a household income of $100K+: 15,267
Persons with a household income of $200K+: 3,644

2016 sample size:
Persons with a household income of $100K+: 24,424
Persons with a household income of $200K+: 5,368

2017 sample size:
Persons with a household income of $125k+: 22,449
Persons with a household income of $200k+: 6,403

*Please note that figures for years prior to 2017 refer to a household income of $100k and up. This threshold was changed to $125k and up in 2017.
Figures for 2015 and 2016 from previous release.

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