Some 36% of US adults own a smartphone, computer and tablet.
Hispanics will account for 33.5% of the under-18 population in 2060, growing from 24.4% last year to rival the non-Hispanic white population in number.
Daily Household Spending By Race/Ethnicity: Hispanics report $96 per day in discretionary spending.
Only 3% of Americans completely trust the advertisements they see, read or hear, while 11% don’t trust them at all.
By the time they reached the age of 27, 34% of young adults were married, 20% were unmarried and living with a partner, and 47% were single.
33% of mobile phone owners had used mobile banking during the 30 days prior to the survey, up from 28% a year earlier.
The US population (excluding Puerto Rico) is becoming increasingly multicultural, and more than 40% of the population will belong to one of the 3 major ethnic groups by 2019.
The political views of Millennials differ significantly across racial and ethnic lines.
Among adults, 87% use the internet, email, or access the internet via a mobile device, up a couple of points from a similar study conducted in May last year, which at the time represented a new high point.
About 31.7% of Americans aged 25 years and older last year had earned a Bachelor’s, Master’s, Professional and/or Doctoral degree, up from 30.4% in 2011.