There are about 30 million 18-24-year-olds in the US, comprising just over 9% of the population.
People spend more time accessing Entertainment content online than any other category.
A majority of executives around the world question the sincerity of their organizations’ sustainability initiatives.
Celebrants expect to spend almost $250 each on Mother’s Day this year.
More than 4 in 10 adults ages 35-54 reported listening to a podcast in the previous month.
Also, more 35-54-year-olds report using TikTok than Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Half of US adults surveyed have an unfavorable view of autonomous vehicles based on what they’ve seen, read, or heard about them.
Interestingly, fewer young people this year say they currently watch live streamed video games.
Many consumers express concerns over the safety and security of their money when using digital financial services.
The most important factors in determining identity formation are life experience, health and fitness level, psychology, and religion/spirituality.
Netflix could have three-quarters of a billion viewers tuning in monthly by 2025.
Tech companies are also popular, being the leading type among the 25-34 and 35-44 age brackets.
A slight majority say that increasing food prices are making it hard for them to afford the food they usually buy.
Half of Netflix subscribers also subscribe to Hulu.
Some 51% of CMOs at 100 of the most-advertised US consumer brands last year were women.
There is less need to voice support than to offer tangible assistance to humanitarian efforts, people say.
Doritos, Dove (Skincare), Hershey, M&M’s, and Reese’s were on the top 10 lists for Gen X, Gen Y, and Gen Z.
Despite a rebound last year, global box office revenues are about half of what they were before the pandemic.