Canadians number one couch Potatoes in the world.
In fact, we are number one in the world for watching television, period.
What a surprise.
And here are some numbers for you ponder.
Data was compiled for the viewing habits of people in 110 countries.
Here are some key details:
Overall viewing world-wide totals two hours and 56 minutes.
Canadians watch an average of four hours and three minutes of TV daily.
In Asia people watch the least amount of TV – clocking in at two hours and 25 minutes.
Europeans watch three hours and 49 minutes of TV daily.
And while viewing times for Canadians have remained steady people are watching on different screens such as streaming services, phones and other devices.
The key details are as follows:
The younger you are the less television you watch.
Those in the 18 to 34-year-old demographic watch an average of 18.5 hours a week but 25 per cent of that group watch all their TV online.
And the reverse is true – the older you are the more television you watch.
People 65 and older watch 43 hours of TV in a week, which averages out to 6.1 hours a day.
The 50 to 64 age group watches 33 hours in a week, totalling 4.7 hours a day.
And the 35 to 49 year-old group watches 22 hours a week, totalling three hours and eight minutes.
Canadians number one couch Potatoes in the world, but while Canadians love watching traditional television they also have changed the kind of television they watch and on what platforms.