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Daily social media time among teens and young adults worldwide 2017

Average daily time spent on social media among teens and young adults worldwide from 1st quarter to 3rd quarter 2017, by region (in minutes)

by J. Clement, last edited Feb 5, 2018
Daily social media time among teens and young adults worldwide 2017 This statistic presents the average daily time teens and young adults worldwide spend on social media from first quarter to third quarter 2017, sorted by region. According to the findings, Latin America recorded in the highest social media usage among its 16 to 24 year old population, with an average of 232 minutes, while in comparison the Asian Pacific region reported in the least with an average of 165 minutes.
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Average daily time spent on social media among teens and young adults worldwide from 1st quarter to 3rd quarter 2017, by region (in minutes)

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