This chart shows the percentage of traffic to a large sample of websites that comes social media websites.
This chart shows the median view across EU nations on the world's leading economic power.
This chart shows how many times brands' tweets are retweeted on average on different days of the week.
This chart shows the percentage of revenue the U.S. music industry generates from digital music distribution, namely downloads and streaming services.
This chart shows how women are portrayed as part of the working world in movies.
This chart illustrates how Apple's stock price reacted in the past after Apple had unveiled a new product, such as the original iPhone in 2007.
This chart illustrates the positive effect that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge had on ALS awareness around the world.
This chart shows the growth of Tencent's instant messaging and social media platforms.
This chart shows the most popular social media apps among U.S. millennials in June 2014.
This chart shows how Americans' use of screen media has changed between the first quarter of 2013 and the first quarter of 2014.
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