We all love to zone out in front of the TV to unwind after a long day’s work, but according to a new study, many Americans also leave the TV on when falling asleep.
According to a new survey conducted by LG Electronics, two thirds (61 percent) of Americans leave the television on when drifting off to sleep, reports Yahoo.
Other findings included that nearly half of Americans (45 percent) turn the TV on within 15 minutes of arriving home; 26 percent of people leave the TV on for their pets during the day; and many keep the TV on as background noise while doing chores chores (73 percent), cooking (72 percent) and working (58 percent).
We asked listeners this morning if they’re the type of person that needs the TV to fall asleep at night. Take a listen to some of the calls below.
So we figured there are two kinds of people in the world – those who fall asleep with the TV on and those who don’t. Which one are you?