By Sunaina Gulati for CNN
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(CNN) -- Americans will spend 65 days watching TV next year, according to the latest version of a U.S. census of lifestyle habits conducted annually since 1878.
41: The number of days Americans will spend listening to the radio.
3,518: The number of hours in a year that an average American adult will spend reading, surfing the net and listening to the radio. Put together it's equivalent to almost five months in a year.
$936: The amount of money that an average U.S. citizen will spend on media in a year.
97 million: The number of people that looked for news online in 2005.
92 million: The number of people that bought a product online in 2005. 91 million made an online travel reservation.
16 million: The number of Americans that used a social or professional networking site such as MySpace in 2005.
13 million: The number of people that created a blog in 2005 with an even higher number of 39 million reading someone else's blog.
25 million: The number of Americans in 2005 that downloaded videos to their computers, while 24 million remixed material found online to make their own creation.
1 in 50: Ten years ago one in 50 Americans regularly got their news online. The figure today is one in three.
88 liters: The amount of bottled water U.S. households drank on average compared with 10 liters in 1980.
10 percent: The percentage of households still considered to be struggling to get enough food revealed a survey by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2004.
3.7 million: In 2005, residents of 3.7 million housing units said they were bothered by strange smells in their neighborhoods.
3.5 million: According to internal revenue services, the U.S. has 3.5 million millionaires, more than ever recorded before.
500,000: The number of millionaires that live in the state of California.
160: The number of pages in the first survey that was conducted in 1878.
1861-1870: The first survey shows a very different world from this week's study. For instance, in the list of Alien Passengers that arrived in the U.S. between 1861 and 1870, 1.1 million came from the British Isles and another one million came from the rest of Europe, mostly Germany. Today new arrivals are more likely to come from Latin America and Asia.
American families will spend 65 days in front of the TV next year.