E-mail replying pet peeves according to U.S. internet users 2014

This statistic presents U.S. internet users' pet peeves regarding e-mail replies as of March 2014. Overall, 51 percent of respondents across all demographic groups were more annoyed with people who overused "reply all" than with people who didn't reply to e-mails.

Are you more annoyed by people who overuse reply all on e-mails or people who don't reply to e-mails?

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Source

Release date

May 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

March 12 to March 17, 2014

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Millennials: 18-36 years, Gen X: 37-48 years, Baby Boomers: 49-67 years, Matures: 68+ years
"For each pair of common annoyances below, please choose the one that annoys you the most."

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