TV sets most likely to be replaced by UK consumers

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6th May 2011 15:50 - Public Consultation

DisplaySearch, a Californian market research and consulting firm has found that British consumers are world leaders when it comes to replacing their TV sets over the last three years.
Investigating TV ownership on a per-household basis, the DisplaySearch Global TV Replacement Study was carried out amongst 14,000 television owners across the world.

Results show that the UK and Japan are the top two nations when it comes to TV set replacement. The large number of new sets purchased in the British and European market is likely to be driven by the ongoing digital switchover, seeing an end to analogue broadcasting and requiring sets with digital tuners to pick up a television signal.

As would be expected, homes in developing countries own less sets than their more developed counterparts, with America possessing the highest number of televisions per household and India the lowest.
The study also shows that those who own flat-screen televisions are more likely to have more than one television in their home, which is most likely a reflection on their higher economic standing.

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