According to a new study, Americans go online to pass the time than happened a few years ago . A quite alarming given that show a kind of cultural decline linked to the web. A report by the Pew Research Center Internet & American Life Project found that about53% of young adults between 18-29 years goes online , on any given day, for no particular reason , for a distraction or just for fun. Some 81% of people in this age group said they have done at least occasionally.
Pew noted that the growth of people using the Internet as an “entertainment destination” coincides with the increase of broadband connections and social networking.
The trend also suggests that the Web is becoming a competitor to other types of recreational activities: “
These results show how the use of the Internet is deeply established in the rhythms of life. When people have free time, find entertainment on the Internet.Not surprising to see that this is a favorite pastime of young adults. It ‘a little’ surprise, however, see that the incidence has increased for all ages. Internet is not just a playground for young people. “
The study, conducted among 2,260 adults aged 18 and over , has a margin of error of 3.7% and the fact that it is facing the American population alone does not rule out similar scenarios elsewhere. In short, all tend to choose the path of the web for recreation, the rest is comfortable, practical, simple and quite straightforward. But the taste to go out with friends is definitely a different flavor.
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