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Monday, December 14, 2015

Online "Almost Constantly"

Pew is Now Measuring How Many People Never Leave the Internet

Adi Robertson | December 8, 2015

The Pew Research Center is one of the largest sources of information on how Americans use technology like smartphones, social media, and broadband networks. This doesn't just mean collecting data, it means figuring out which questions are meaningful — something that can be revealing in its own right. Today, the center released a brief report on how often American adults go online, adding a new survey option: "almost constantly."

Three-quarters of Americans go online at least daily

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