Two or More Hours of TV, Children Ages 1-17
Numerator: Oldest child ages 1-17 watched two or more hours of television on the previous day
Denominator: Among children ages 1-17, weighted to children ages 1-17, excluding unknowns and refused

Subpopulation Number of Respondents at Risk (n) Weighted Percent of Subpopulation at Risk (%) 95% Confidence Interval
Total 469 49.9 46.6-53.3
       
Age of Oldest Child      
1-4 74 42.4 35.0-49.7
5-9 114 49.1 42.6-55.7
10-14 155 55.5 49.5-61.5
15-17 126 51.8 45.3-58.2
       
Race/Ethnicity of Respondent      
White, Non-Hispanic 399 49.4 45.8-53.1
Black, Non-Hispanic 21 61.8 45.0-78.6
Hispanic 41 51.5 40.1-63.0
Other 8 42.5 18.0-66.9
       
Education of Respondent      
< High School Graduate 39 58.4 46.1-70.6
High School Graduate 150 53.9 47.9-60.0
Some College 157 50.8 44.9-56.7
College Graduate 123 42.8 36.8-48.8
       
Household Income      
$0-$19,999 48 53.3 42.7-63.9
$20,000-$34,999 121 49.6 43.1-56.1
$35,000+ 242 48.5 43.9-53.1
       
Marital Status of Parent/Guardian      
Married 363 49.2 45.4-53.0
Divorced/Separated 71 50.8 42.2-59.3
Widowed 6 74.9 44.3-100.0
Never Married/Unmarried Couple 29 54.4 40.8-68.0
       
Other      
No media content rules1 138 54.8 48.4-61.1
No TV hours rules2 156 50.2 44.3-56.1
Any day unsupervised3 53 57.7 47.3-68.1
>1 Household4 89 52.4 44.7-60.1
No bedtime rules5 29 46.8 33.5-60.1
       
Population Density      
Mixed 169 48.6 43.1-54.1
Rural 81 51.7 43.5-59.8
Urban 218 50.3 45.4-55.2
1Respondents reporting no rules about program/movie content or no rules abut video game content for oldest child ages 5-17
2Respondents reporting no rules about number of hours of TV per day for oldest child ages 5-17
3Respondents reporting oldest child ages 5-17 unsupervised after school one or more days per week
4Respondents reporting that oldest child splits time between separate households
5Respondents reporting absence of rules about bedtime on school nights for oldest child ages 5-17