The Number of Adults Who Are “Almost Constantly” on the Internet (05.06.21)

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This week we’re going to be talking about how much Americans use the internet – particularly those who say they are “almost constantly” online. This is an opportunity to examine ourselves and our use of the internet. It also gives us something to consider as to what opportunities this puts before us in terms of reaching people with the gospel.

31% of U.S. Adults Say They Are “Almost Constantly” on the Internet

“More than three in ten American adults admit to constant internet use, according to a new survey from Pew Research, up 10% from six years ago.

“The survey found that 31% of U.S. adults say they are ‘almost constantly’ online, compared to 48% who log in a few times a day, 6% who use the internet once a day, 8% who use it only a few times a week, and 7% who do not use the internet at all.” (Disrn)

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