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U.S. adults who worry about negative social media impact 2016, by age group

Share of adults in the United States who worry about negative effects of social media on their physical and mental health as of August 2016, by age group

U.S. adults who worry about negative social media impact 2016, by age group This statistic presents the share of adults in the United States who worry about negative effects of social media on their physical and mental health as of August 2016, sorted by age group. Almost half of Millennial respondents stated that they worried about negative effects of social media on their wellbeing.
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Share of adults in the United States who worry about negative effects of social media on their physical and mental health as of August 2016, by age group

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This statistic presents the share of adults in the United States who worry about negative effects of social media on their physical and mental health as of August 2016, sorted by age group. Almost half of Millennial respondents stated that they worried about negative effects of social media on their wellbeing.
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Release date
February 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
August 5 to 31, 2016
Number of respondents
3,511 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
Generation: Millennials (18-37 years old) n=1306; Gen Xers (38-51 years old) n=746; Baby Boomers (52-70 years old) n=1194; Matures (age 71 or older) n=265
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