Average hours per day spent on socializing and communicating by the U.S. population from 2009 to 2016 (hours per day)*

Hours per day spent on socializing and communicating by the U.S. population 2009-2016 This graph depicts the average hours per day spent socializing and communicating, by the U.S. population, from 2009 to 2016. Women spent an average of 0.67 hours per day communicating and socializing in 2016.
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AllMenWomen
20090.70.630.76
20100.70.680.73
20110.70.630.77
20120.740.720.76
20130.720.650.78
20140.710.690.73
20150.680.640.72
20160.650.640.67
AllMenWomen
20090.70.630.76
20100.70.680.73
20110.70.630.77
20120.740.720.76
20130.720.650.78
20140.710.690.73
20150.680.640.72
20160.650.640.67
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This graph depicts the average hours per day spent socializing and communicating, by the U.S. population, from 2009 to 2016. Women spent an average of 0.67 hours per day communicating and socializing in 2016.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2009 to 2016
Number of respondents
Approx. 10,500 (2016)
Age group
15 years and older
Method of interview
Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)
Supplementary notes
* Socializing and communicating includes face-to-face social communication and hosting or attending social functions.

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