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Indian states ranking by media exposure

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Indian states ranking by media exposure

This is a list of the States of India ranked in order of percentage of people exposed to the media. This information was compiled from NFHS-3. National Family health survey (NFHS) is a large-scale, multi round survey conducted by the International Institute of Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai designated by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Government of India. NFHS-3 was released on 11 Oct 2007 and the detailed survey can be viewed in the following website [1]
Males Rank Females Rank State Media Exposure (males%) Females (%)
1 3 Kerala 99 94
2 2 Punjab 98 95
3 4 Manipur 97 94
4 5 Tamil Nadu 96 92
5 1 Goa 95 96
6 8 Andhra Pradesh 95 83
7 6 West Bengal 93 91
7 10 Karnataka 92 81
9 11 Maharashtra 90 80
10 8 Himachal Pradesh 89 83
10 7 Jammu and Kashmir 89 86
12 15 Gujarat 86 75
13 13 Uttarakhand 85 77
14 12 Tripura 84 78
15 17 Whole INDIA 83 70
16 16 Haryana 80 71
17 21 Assam 81 65
17 13 Sikkim 81 77
19 25 Uttar Pradesh 78 56
20 20 Nagaland 77 66
20 19 Mizoram 77 67
22 21 Odisha 77 65
22 27 Rajasthan 76 50
24 18 Arunachal Pradesh 74 68
25 28 Bihar 73 45
26 25 Chhattisgarh 70 56
26 24 Madhya Pradesh 70 57
26 23 Meghalaya 70 64
29 29 Jharkhand 59 43

References

  • http://www.nfhsindia.org
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