We’ve already established that TV prices are high, and we’ve also established that the average person spends more money per year than the average American.
The latest numbers on TV prices in the United States come from Nielsen, and they’re pretty interesting.
According to Nielsen, the average household spends $3,955 per year on cable TV, while the average U.S. household spends about $2,100.
The figures were released in September, but they’re already out in the wild.
Here are the details: $3.2 trillion: That’s the number of households in the U.K. and the U,S.
That’s $2.8 trillion in household spending, or more than five times the $2 trillion spent on TV.
$2 billion: That includes all household expenses including food, clothing, and entertainment.
$1.9 billion: The average household spending on entertainment, including movie tickets and cable and satellite services, is $1,938 per year.
The average American spends $1 trillion a year on entertainment.
That makes the average $2 million per year for all of the American households.
That includes $3 billion spent on food and beverages.
$3 trillion: The number of people in the country who have an average household income of more than $100,000.
That means there are roughly three people for every $10,000 in annual income.
That average includes all the households in America that are earning more than the median household income.
$3 billion: It’s also worth noting that the figures for TV prices were only calculated for one year.
It’s possible that some of the higher prices may be due to the fact that the networks have a much larger audience.
This means that the total amount of TV prices could go up even more, if we add up all the costs and add them up.
In other words, this could be an example of people making money while spending less.
We already know that TV costs are expensive, and this data makes it seem like they’re not.