Conveniences

Find statistics on conveniences in the United States, including number of radio stations, number of household TVs, newspaper circulation, internet access, number of cars, and more.

  • Radio stations (March 2006): AM, 4,759; FM, 6,243
  • Television stations (2006): 1,752
  • Registered automobiles (2006): 136,568,000
  • Daily newspaper circulation (2006): 52,300,000
  • Total TV households (2006): 110,200,000
  • Percent households with a TV set (2006): 98%
  • Avg. number TV sets per household (2006): 2.7
  • Cable TV households (2006): 86%
  • Percent TV households with DVD players (2006): 81%
  • Percent households with a computer (2003): 61.8%
  • Number adults with Internet access at home (2006): 142,072,000
  • Number of books sold (2000): 2,500,000,000

See also Computer Usage and Internet Statistics.


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