I was just wondering about this.
I stopped watching it a few years ago and I'm 38 so thats a long history of watching tv from probably 5 or something.
So if you watch one or less times a month, you should answer No.
If you watch more than once a month then you should answer Yes.
I watch alot of YouTube videos from gameplay footage to documentaries but not programming from regular tv channels.
This includes iPlayer. So if you watch iPlayer more than once a month you are a Yes. Also ITV player and Channel 4 player or any media player which plays the entirety of a channel's output and then made unavailable after a week.
This doesn't apply to Hulu or Netflix, because they are on-demand services and don't include all the programs a network would offer and are not network dependant.
The last thing I watched was a David Attenborough documentary but it was whales or tigers again and I got bored straight away. There must be some new animals out there.
I found the last thing I watched was home improvement programs and at one point loan sharks and also antique dealers. I miss Antiques Roadshow.... :'(
But then I never cared for Eastenders or soaps in general.