The upcoming generation is the most tech-savvy that’s ever been, but even economics and education influence how much teens will use technology. Specifically, online video consumption depends on how much your parents make and how much education they have, two things that typically go together. That makes sense; if you have more money, you’re more likely to afford a multiplicity of devices and internet access.
What I think is really fascinating is that there’s not as much of a difference between video consumption and video-chat use in rural areas versus urban areas. It looks like access to technology is almost as pervasive as electricity and telephones, which is significant for the entire country.
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