How our TV habits in the UK are changing

Well those who said that TV’s days were numbered were maybe being just a little hasty. In the UK most of us still love to curl up on the sofa with our loved one (or ones) and stare at the latest offerings from the box.

I shouldn’y say it but I actually prefer Glastonbury from the comfort of my own home that traipsing through mud at the festival itself (and we get free entry!) I like to switch between the different stages using the BBC’s handy red button – and the beer is a lot cheaper too.

Some of our TV habits though might surprise you. I was taken aback to find out some of our strange behaviour that’s been uncovered in this infographic produced by AO.com. Did you know that some people invite lots of guests around for a TV party for instance? Or that before the EURO 2016 only 14% of Welsh people were looking forward to it? There are some other rather strange facts about our enduring love of telly…


The UK's TV Habits

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