Do you watch too much TV?


Question #1: What percentage of people watch tv while eating dinner?

  1. A). 13%

  2. B). 38%.

  3. C). 67%.

Question #2: What percentage of tv viewers talk to other people in the room while watching tv?

  1. A). 75%.

  2. B). 50%.

  3. C). 25%.

Question #3: In 1952 Swanson introduced the very first tv dinner. What was in the entree?

  1. A). Turkey with stuffing, peas, and sweet potatoes.

  2. B). Fried chicken with mashed potatoes and corn.

  3. C). Meat loaf with green beans, potato puffs, and applesauce.

Question #4: What night of the week do the most people gather around to watch the tube?

  1. A). Sunday.

  2. B). Friday.

  3. C). Saturday.

Question #5: What night of the week do the least amount of people watch tv?

  1. A). Friday.

  2. B). Saturday.

  3. C). Sunday.

Question #6: Which age group watches the most tv?

  1. A). Women, 18 and up.

  2. B). Men, 18 and up.

  3. C). Children aged 2 to 11.

Question #7: Which age group watches the least amount of tv?

  1. A). Teenage boys.

  2. B). Teenage girls.

  3. C). Children aged 2 to 11.

Question #8: How many days of tv has the average person watched by the time they are 18?

  1. A). 220.

  2. B). 460.

  3. C). 710.

Question #9: The first commercial appeared on WNBT in 1941 in New York City. How much did it cost the Bulova Watch Company?

  1. A). $9.

  2. B). $90.

  3. C). $900.

Question #10: During the last 43 years, the price of commercials has increased dramatically. How much did it cost a sponser to advertise for 30 seconds during Super Bowl XVIII in 1984?

  1. A). $175,000.

  2. B). $485,000.

  3. C). $710,000.

Question #11: Two out of five people leave the room during a commercial. Of the remaining three people, how many are actually listening to the message?

  1. A). 3.

  2. B). 2.

  3. C). 1.

 

 

 

 

 

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