The USA Teens Smartphone Usage & Attitudes, 2018

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44% of The USA Teens Are Checking Their Smartphones for Messages or Notifications as Soon as They Wake Up, 2018 | Pew Research Center

Consumer Behavior | USA

Today’s teens are coming of age in an era when smartphone usage pervades daily life. Thus, one cannot understand teens without grasping how smartphones define the ways they get entertainment, communicate with each other. A majority of teens now have a smartphone. Many declare they could not go more than a single day without using it. Serving multiple purposes beyond communication, it fills hours of their day.

Take a glance at the USA teens smartphone usage:

  • 44% of surveyed USA teens reported that they check for messages or notifications as soon as they wake up.
  • 18% indicated that they feel that they have to respond to messages from other people immediately.
  • 8% mentioned that they lose focus in class because they are checking their cellphone.
The USA Teens Attitudes In 2018

A Graph Shows The USA Teens Attitudes, 2018.

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