Share of people arguing about excessive smartphone usage in Italy 2016

This statistic shows the share of Italians who argued at least once a month with their partner, children, or parents in 2016 as a consequence of their excessive smartphone usage. According to the survey results, 27 percent of respondents declared that they argued regularly with their partner or children, while 22 percent had disagreements with their parents over their smartphone usage. Compared to other European countries, Italians were the ones who argued most frequently with their relatives about this issue.

With whom do you argue at least once a month about your excessive smartphone usage?

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Release date

August 2017



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Number of respondents

2,000 respondents

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Method of interview

Online interview

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