I traveled across state on a lazy 6 hour drive on backroads of South Carolina the other day, looking for antennas the whole way. Here are some stats...
By far more houses had DirecTV and Dish Sat Dishes. 3 old C-Banders, non of which were in use.
The VAST majority of the TV antennas, were Combo VHF Low/High + Corner Reflector UHF yagis, most of them of the Vee style VHF section. Most of them were medium to large size, about 40% or so of the smaller Vee & Corner Reflector. Most were Channel Master or Radio Shack. Though the AntennaCraft make the Radio Shack, so. Winegards were the clear minority, in fact kind of rare.
I saw only ONE, of the new VHF High + Corner Reflector UHF Yagi antenna, a Winegard 7694p.
There were about a 20 of the Round Disc what looked to be mostly Winegard MS-2000s. Quite a few.
Only Four UHF only 4-Bays, which were all vintage and rusted out and probably useless. No 8 Bays or 2 Bays. I saw one ClearStream4, with no assistance on VHF. And one what appeared to be a Winegard long Corner Reflector UHF, but dont quote me on that brand, which was connected to a VHF LOW/High yagi. Not very many seperate UHF VHF Antennas combined with a UVSJ at all, maybe 2.
There were about a dozen VHF only antennas. The CM Traveling Wave, 3 Stacked Fan Dipoles (one in attrocious shape), and a few yagis, plus one Dehli VIP model, which I didnt get a good look at, it could have been a vintage Winegard, but I doubt it. Most of them with no UHF counterpart.
No FM only or VHF High only antennas spotted.
Zero cheap Chinese Rotor antennas, though I did see one funky cheap looking gold chromed out Chinese Corner Reflector UHF yagi (with no integrated rotor), that I couldnt put a name too. Maybe it was WiFi, but I doubt it.
I saw some ham and communications rigs as well, but Im not covering them here, though there were only a couple of what were clearly homesteads that had them....most of them were on businesses or government buildings.
Most of the antennas were in good shape, about half of them newish looking. There were quite a few scraggly looking ones that had seen too many wind storms.
I didnt spot one rotor, nor mast mounted pre-amplifier, though Im sure there were probably quite a few amps. Rotors are easier to spot.
Hope you found that moderately interesting.