A great majority of Americans go online every day, and 21 percent use the Internet “almost constantly,” according to a survey by Pew Research Center. Of the 87 percent of survey respondents who reported going online at all, the most common option chosen was that they go on “several times a day,” with only 6 percent reporting not going online at least daily.
Young people were more likely to say they went online “almost constantly” — 36 percent of people aged 18-29, and 28 percent of the 30-49 group. Any older than that and the numbers drop off considerably.
Those with more education and those with more income…
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