What Your Viewing Habits Say About You

They say you are what you watch, and honestly, they're probably right. Think about it: Do apolitical people watch shows like John Oliver or The Daily Show? Is it possible to be into shows like Black Mirror and Mr. Robot and not be a technophile? Are you even allowed to work in advertising if you're not a fan of Mad Men? While there's never one true answer to anything (especially when we're being scientific about it), there are patterns and correlations that present themselves when we analyze our couch-loving viewing habits.

And some of these findings are pretty damn interesting.

For instance:

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Viacom.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Motive Metrics Research.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Pew Research Center.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Deadline.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Communication Quarterly.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSources: Adage, CNN.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Reuters.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Motive Metrics Research.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Pew Research Center.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Market Watch.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Complex.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Bustle.

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What Your Viewing Habits Say About YouSource: Journal of Consumer Research.

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