Research: US consumers buying larger TVs

Over the last several years American TV screens have been inching up in size. Overall, installed TVs in the US are larger – 15 per cent are 60 inches or larger, up from 11 per cent a year ago – and newer – the average age is 4.9 years, down from 5.4 years last year – than ever before.

According to NPD’s TV Ownership Trends Report, the average size of a replacement TV jumped to 51 inches from 49 inches in November 2019, and 47 inches in November 2018.

Source: Research: US consumers buying larger TVs