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Data is from the December 2016 MarketingSherpa "Customer Satisfaction Research Study." 2,400 US internet users ages 18+ were surveyed online during September 30-October 3, 2016. 52% of respondents were female and 48% were male. Respondents were millennials (34%), Gen Xers (31%), baby boomers (31%) and seniors (4%). Respondents identified their incomes as less than $25K (18%), $25K-$50K (25%), $50K-$75K (20%), $75K-$100K (14%), $100K-$150K (13%), $150K-$200K (4%), $200K+ (2%) and prefer not to say (4%).
US Internet Users Who Have Read a Significant Other's Text Messages, Social Media or Emails, by Age, July 2017 (% of respondents in each group)
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Average Daily Time Spent with Select Media/Devices Among US Consumers, by Age, Q1 2016 & Q1 2017 (hrs:min)
Average Daily Time Spent with Select Media/Devices Among US Consumers, Q1 2015, Q1 2016 & Q1 2017 (hrs:mins)
Weekly Time Spent with Select Media/Devices Among US Consumers, by Race/Ethnicity, Q1 2017 (hrs:mins)
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