Social Networks Take Up The Most Online Time in the U.S.

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When it comes to online activities in the United States, people spend the most time social networking. The average American interacts with websites like Facebook and Twitter for 37 minutes each day.

Email is the second most popular activity for U.S. Internet users, coming in at a daily average of 29 minutes while search and online video jointly round off the top three. They account for an average of 23 minutes of surfing time each day.



Infographic: Social Networks Take Up The Most Online Time in the U.S.  | Statista
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