Almost half (49%) of American adults say they play video games on a computer, TV, game console or portable device (such as a cellphone), per results from a Pew survey.
Some 36% of US adults own a smartphone, computer and tablet.
Slightly more than two-thirds of American adults (68%) now own a smartphone, representing a rapid rise from about half that proportion (35%) in mid-2011.
A new report from Pew Research details the demise of the American middle class.
The median household income in the US was $53,657 last year, not statistically significant different in real terms from the 2013 estimate.
Facebook remains the most popular social platform, used by 72% of connected adults.
54% of US internet users said they spent too much time using digital devices, including computers, mobile phones, TVs and video game consoles.
Self-reported alcoholic consumption is far higher among Americans from high-income households than lower-income households.
The overall Internet adoption rate among US adults stands at 84% this year as it has since 2013, and is up from 52% in 2000.
This infographic looks at the demographics and psychographics of Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black fans on social media.