Why do Houstonians watch so much TV? | The Associated Press
Houstonians have a way of watching television, and they don’t always share their preferences with the rest of the country.
It’s why the number of hours a typical household spends watching TV is at a record high.
The number of homes watching at least one hour a day has risen to a record 6.6 million in the Houston metro area, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
That’s up from 5.4 million the previous year.
That number represents a 6 percent increase in homes that watch at least an hour a week.
In Houston, that number is nearly double the national average.
The spike in the number watching television comes at a time when the city is in the middle of an election season that’s shaping up to be one of the most competitive in recent memory.
The presidential race is heating up, and candidates are getting more aggressive in criticizing each other.
But the city, which has never voted for a Democrat in its history, has always seen a significant number of its residents watching television.
Houston’s increase in television viewing is just one of several reasons why people in Houston are watching so much television.
According to the Houston Chronicle, people spend an average of two hours a day watching television in the city.
That’s up 10 percent from a year ago, according the Chronicle, which noted that the number is up from an average that was about a half-hour a day in 2009.
The city also has more people in their 20s watching TV than their 30s.
The Houstonians also seem to like their new medium.
The survey asked, “Which of the following is more important to you, TV or movies?
Which is more likely to you watch the same thing over and over again, or do you not care?”
A plurality of respondents said they would prefer to watch movies over TV, while more than half said they prefer TV.
The poll found that 47 percent of those surveyed have heard of the “Star Wars” franchise.
The franchise is known for its fast-paced, high-tech battles between robots.
According to the Chronicle report, Houston is the fifth most-watched city in the country, behind New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago.
The data showed that Houston’s TV viewership also jumped from the previous years in 2012 and 2013.
In 2014, Houston was the sixth most-liked city in terms of people watching television and the eighth most-tweeted city in Texas.