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NEW YORK-According to a recent study by the Nielson, which provides rating for TV, Black people watch two hours more TV a day than the national average of five hours and eleven minutes, amounting to 40% more than the national average.

The report, which studied adults ages 18-49, also looked at programming patterns. It found that football was the most-watched programming among African-Americans, Asian-Americans and whites, while soccer and the Latin Grammys held the top two slots among Hispanics.

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