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What millennials and Gen Xers have in common when it comes to watching TV — and how they are different

Millennials and Gen X can agree on at least one thing: they love "Game of Thrones." Rotten Tomatoes recently conducted a survey for Business Insider of over 7,500 television viewers to determine their viewing habits. As video becomes more accessible and audiences are presented with more ways than ever to consume it, Rotten Tomatoes found some surprising similarities and differences between millennials (18-34) and Gen X (34-54).
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