YouTube and TikTok have skyrocketed in popularity among teens in recent years, but other platforms such as Facebook It is declining in popularity on social media platforms. teens using their services. According to the Pew Research Center, a whopping 95% of kids ages 13-17 say they use YouTube. Also, 19% said they use YouTube almost all the time, and
Pew said he expects his teens' social media usage in 2022 and seven years before compared. After YouTube, he said TikTok was his second most popular in this age group, with 67% of those aged 13 to 17 using it. On top of that, 16% said they use his TikTok almost all the time.
Pew's 2014-2015 study found that 71% of teens use Facebook. A new survey found that in 2022 he will be using 32%.
Like YouTube and TikTok, her use of Snapchat and Instagram by teenagers has also increased over the past seven years. The use of Twitter and Tumblr has decreased.
By 2022, a majority (55%) of teens say they spend a reasonable amount of time on social media apps and sites. However, 54% say it's somewhat difficult to give up.
About 36% admit to spending a lot of time on social media, and only 8% say they spend very little time on social media. Teens (ages 15-17) were more likely than teens (ages 13-14) to find it slightly harder to quit social media.
Social media usage also differs between girls and boys. Teenage boys tend to say he's on YouTube, Twitch, and Reddit, and girls tend to say he's on her TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Her teens who are Black and Hispanic reportedly use TikTok, Instagram, Twitter and WhatsApp compared to her teens who are white. I'm here.
Social media seems to be ubiquitous in most of her teenage life. 35% said he uses at least one app or site “almost all the time.” A fifth of YouTube users say they use video sites almost all the time, and a quarter of Snapchat or TikTok users say the same.
Access to devices such as computers, smartphones and game consoles has also increased since the 2014-2015 survey. Older teens are more likely than teens to have access to these devices, and access to computers and gaming consoles also varies by teen household income.
In 2022 he was 13 and her 17-year-old child was born between He 2005 and He 2009. Moreover, with much of the traditional media such as TV shows and movies migrating to digital platforms such as Netflix and YouTube,the majority of Americans either gave up.
In 2016, 65% of all adults aged 18 to her 29 had cable, but by 2021 that number will increase. He has dropped to 34%.
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