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Survey on stress caused by photos without likes in social media in the Nordics 2017 This statistic shows the result of a survey on stress caused by photos without likes in social media in the Nordics in 2017, by age group. In general, individuals aged 16 to 24 were more stressed about receiving likes for their photographs published on social media compared to individuals aged 25 to 40. In the younger age group, Norwegians were the most stressed about the popularity of their photos, 25 percent of respondents stating that not receiving likes had a negative impact on their stress levels.
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This statistic shows the result of a survey on stress caused by photos without likes in social media in the Nordics in 2017, by age group. In general, individuals aged 16 to 24 were more stressed about receiving likes for their photographs published on social media compared to individuals aged 25 to 40. In the younger age group, Norwegians were the most stressed about the popularity of their photos, 25 percent of respondents stating that not receiving likes had a negative impact on their stress levels.
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Release date
July 2017
Region
Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden
Survey time period
April 11, 2017 to April 16, 2017
Number of respondents
1,025 respondents
Age group
16-40 years
Supplementary notes
The source does not provide information on the original wording used during the survey.

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