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Less people offended by sex and violence on TV says poll

The number of older people who think there's too much sex and violence on TV has fallen to its lowest level ever.

A new poll suggests more than half of the over 65s believe producers have got the balance 'right', a fall from 57% in 2008.

But Vivienne Patterson, Director of Media Watch, told Premier's Marcus Jones on the News Hour the figures remain a concern:

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