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More than 70 percent want less TV adverts, survey shows

The amount of advertising on television should be reduced, according to 72 percent of respondents of a survey conducted by Median SK, Market & Media & LifeStyle - TGI agencies.

Only 17 percent of 2,322 respondents think the number of ads on television is appropriate and they see no reason to reduce the volume.

Just 7 percent of people polled support a ban on TV advertising but only 0.7 percent of respondents want more ads.

As little as 2 percent of those polled entirely trust the majority of TV adverts.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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