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Frequency at which individuals read Tweets in Great Britain (GB) 2015 This statistic displays the findings of a survey on the frequency at which individuals read Tweets in Great Britain (GB) as of August 2015. During a survey period, it was found that 18 percent of respondents reported reading Tweets once a day.
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This statistic displays the findings of a survey on the frequency at which individuals read Tweets in Great Britain (GB) as of August 2015. During a survey period, it was found that 18 percent of respondents reported reading Tweets once a day.
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Release date
November 2015
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Ipsos
Region
Great Britain
Survey time period
August 7, 2015 to August 13, 2015
Number of respondents
1,250 respondents
Age group
16-75 years
Method of interview
Online interview

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