In these divisive political times, it's interesting to know that Americans can come together around our common love of television.
Even as cable subscription rates rise, TV is still very accessible to all kinds of people with various levels of income. And there are so many choices (and price points) today from cable to online and streaming.
So which shows are most popular across different household incomes? And what shows prove more popular in certain income groups?
Business Insider partnered with Viant, a Time Inc.-owned advertising technology company, which analyzed viewing on smart TVs and cross-referenced that data with credit reporting company Experian to find the shows that indexed the highest in the following household income levels: less than $50,000; $50,000 to $75,000; $75,000 to $125,000; and more than $125,000.
Here are the top shows on television according to how much you make (the full lists by income bracket are at the bottom):
See the full list of top ten shows at BusinessInsider.com
Note: This list doesn't include news, sports, and non-primetime programming.