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Activity children spent the most time doing on their devices in the UK in 2015

What activity children aged 18 and under spent the most time doing on their devices in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 1, 2015
Activity children spent the most time doing on their devices in the UK in 2015 This online survey of parents in the United Kingdom (UK) shows the main activities respondents reported their children spent doing on their screens in 2015. "Screens" includes tablets, TV, game consoles, smartphones etc. The highest share of respondents (54 percent) reported their children "played games", while only six percent of respondents said their children used their screens to "read a book".
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 1, 2015
This online survey of parents in the United Kingdom (UK) shows the main activities respondents reported their children spent doing on their screens in 2015. "Screens" includes tablets, TV, game consoles, smartphones etc. The highest share of respondents (54 percent) reported their children "played games", while only six percent of respondents said their children used their screens to "read a book".
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