11.1 - TELEVISION
  Number of households by region Number of households by size of household
Manitoba / Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia One member
Households with a television
Yes 858,854 A 1,383,606 A 1,763,411 A 3,099,602 A
No U U U U
Not stated U U U U
Number of televisions
One 290,787 A 496,610 A 782,910 A 1,951,481 A
Two 298,234 A 412,818 A 520,702 A 726,829 A
Three 142,435 A 219,554 A 313,633 M 165,405 A
Four or more 77,833 M 187,133 M 102,024 M 74,114 M
Don't know
Not stated U U U 216,529 M
Type of televisions
Regular (tube) 345,177 A 453,287 A 410,191 A 1,184,903 A
Regular (tube) High Definition 79,655 A 222,856 M 157,256 M 393,039 A
Projection U U U U
Direct Light Projection (DLP) U U U U
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) 354,731 A 559,822 A 827,354 A 804,442 A
Plasma 161,160 A 305,012 A 294,220 M 439,756 A
Light emitting diodes (LED) 83,494 A 165,453 M 285,910 M 165,001 M
Age of the most frequently used television
5 years or less 585,250 A 992,216 A 1,318,760 A 1,712,170 A
6 to 10 years 140,557 A 219,849 A 294,172 M 804,022 A
11 to 15 years 44,511 M U 50,794 M 153,520 A
16 years or more U U U 136,982 M
Don't know U U U U
Not stated 87,582 M 87,768 M 51,237 M 253,211 M
Households with an ENERGY STAR® qualified television (most frequently used television)
Yes 440,011 A 691,938 A 862,989 A 1,007,278 A
No 110,964 A 153,182 M 330,170 M 656,377 A
Don't know 210,275 A 400,709 A 472,624 M 947,077 A
Not stated 112,675 M 146,011 M 100,054 M 523,627 A
Use of the most frequently used television in an average week
4 hours or less 63,608 M 129,973 M 227,705 M 434,332 A
5 to 10 hours 207,945 A 348,682 A 426,343 M 779,633 A
11 to 20 hours 148,283 A 300,481 A 368,967 M 448,256 A
21 to 30 hours 120,483 A 203,670 M 347,032 M 486,057 A
31 to 40 hours 124,224 A 146,525 M 212,727 M 366,933 A
41 to 55 hours 71,566 M U 48,336 M 133,410 M
56 hours or more 44,861 M 91,482 M 53,876 M 145,688 M
Don't know U U U U
Not stated U 93,450 M 43,938 M 256,825 M

Note:

Due to rounding, the numbers may not add up and may differ slightly among tables.

Legend:

The letter beside each estimate classifies its quality as follows: A–Acceptable, M–Use with caution, U–Too unreliable to be published.

Source:

2011 Survey of Household Energy Use