The US is set to see its best year in the number of households owning TVs.
A new survey of 1,000 people by comScore shows the United States has surpassed Japan as the country with the largest percentage of households with at least one TV in the home.
In the United Kingdom, the survey found 41 percent of households owned at least a TV, the third highest share of any country in the survey.
Canada was the second highest with 33 percent of all households having a TV in 2016.
The UK’s share of the total population of 18-to-34-year-olds was 16.9 percent, up from 15.9.
Japan’s share was 16 percent, down from 17.2 percent in 2015.
The UK’s rise in TV ownership has been fueled by the rise of streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The number of UK households subscribing to TV services jumped from 7.3 million in 2015 to 8.6 million in 2016, according to comScore.com, a firm that tracks online usage trends.
The rise of the streaming services has given a boost to TV subscriptions, comScore said.
The average US household with a streaming subscription was set to pay $13.82 per month in 2017, up 5.6 percent from $12.84 a year earlier.
In China, the number who are likely to buy a TV fell by one percent last year.
The country’s TV industry recorded a loss of $6.35 billion, or about 4 percent, according the Chinese government’s statistics office.
China has been trying to cut its reliance on imported televisions.
The industry has seen its revenue rise by 9.1 percent over the past five years.
In 2016, Chinese TV subscribers totaled about 2.6 billion, a 10.6-percent increase from 2015.