In Canada, individuals of all ages are digital consumers. Younger age groups rely on digital media to a greater degree than their elders, but older consumers have become accustomed to digital platforms as tools for activities such as paying bills and staying connected with family.
Social media and internet usage data from July 2013 found fairly equal distribution of unique visitors across all ages in Canada. People ages 55 and older comprised nearly the same amount of total internet users as those ages 2 to 17. This metric did not account for time spent or frequency of use, but it shows that all age demographics are digitally engaged.
The story of age-based tendencies goes deeper than the raw data. Psychographic influences shift from one life stage to the next. Disposable income also has a large impact on the digital tools available to each group.
This report provides insight into the shifting and established digital trends among children, teenagers, millennials, Generation X, baby boomers and seniors in Canada.
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