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Heavily indebted countries Compared by Media > Households with television

DEFINITION: Households with television are the share of households with a television set. Some countries report only the number of households with a color television set, and therefore the true number may be higher than reported.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Greece 99.5% 2004
2 Spain 99.48% 2005
3 Netherlands 99.42% 2002
4 Portugal 99.4% 2004
5 Cyprus 99.3% 2005
=6 Japan 99% 2004
=6 Canada 99% 2003
8 Singapore 98.6% 2002
9 Belgium 98% 2005
10 United States 97.84% 2002
11 United Kingdom 97.5% 2001
12 Puerto Rico 97.03% 2002
13 Iceland 97% 2004
14 Jordan 96.3% 2002
15 Hungary 96.2% 2003
16 Italy 95.5% 2004
17 Ireland 95.3% 2004
=18 Germany 95% 2004
=18 France 95% 2004
20 Austria 94.9% 2005
21 Grenada 93.75% 2000
22 Malta 93.18% 2002
23 Lebanon 92.9% 2002
24 Barbados 92.78% 2002
25 Israel 92.6% 2004
26 Seychelles 88.85% 2002
=27 Egypt 88.6% 2002
=27 Antigua and Barbuda 88.6% 2001
29 Saint Lucia 79% 2001
30 Morocco 76.07% 2002
31 Dominica 76.01% 2001
32 Saint Kitts and Nevis 70.78% 2001
33 Belize 70.2% 2000
34 Jamaica 70.04% 2002
35 Sudan 49.5% 2002
36 Cape Verde 40% 2002
37 Sao Tome and Principe 35.71% 2002
38 Sri Lanka 31.64% 2002
39 Zimbabwe 26.5% 2002
40 Eritrea 14.37% 2003
41 Malawi 3% 2002

Citation

"Countries Compared by Media > Households with television. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Heavily-indebted-countries/Media/Households-with-television

Heavily indebted countries Compared by Media > Households with television

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Interesting observations about Media > Households with television

  • All of the top 3 countries by households with television are Christian.
  • 8 of the top 9 countries by households with television are European.
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo has ranked last for households with television since 2001.
  • Greece ranked first for households with television amongst European Union in 2004.
  • 6 of the top 7 countries by households with television are High income OECD.
  • Spain ranked second for households with television amongst Eurozone in 2005.
  • 95 of the top 181 countries by households with television are Hot countries.
  • Norway ranked first for households with television amongst Cold countries in 2002.
  • 5 of the top 8 countries by households with television are Heavily indebted.
  • 5 of the top 7 countries by households with television are NATO.
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