Adults in the US receive 206 television channels, on average, but watch only 20 each month, on average.
The number of channels watched each month has decreased by one over the past two years, the analysis found.
African Americans receive more channels (218) and watch more channels each month (25) compared with the total population average. Hispanics and Asian Americans receive fewer channels and watch fewer channels each month.
About the research: The report was based on 2Q16 Nielsen Total Audience data, which measures US viewing habits across both traditional and digital platforms.
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