More online Americans are using video-sharing sites—and they are doing so more frequently. A demographic portrait of these site users is in the table below. Moreover, the use of video-sharing sites on any given day also jumped five percentage points. Rural internet users are now just as likely as users in urban and suburban areas to have used these sites. Those are statistically insignificant differences and show that since , online rural residents have caught up to others in using these sites.
71% of online adults now use video-sharing sites
Home Page - MG Car Club
Today, the club is based at Kimber House in the shadow of the former factory and caters for all MGs and their owners, from the earliest vintage machinery through to the newest cars. Discover all news. The MG Car Club is involved involved in hundreds of activities throughout the year. Or discover more of our benefits. Discover all upcoming events. Click here for the latest updates.
7 in 10 Online Adults Share Videos
It would be foolhardy to believe that video-sharing sites for YouTube is more popular with teenagers looking for music videos and nonsense. A new study reveals that at least 71 percent of adults are actively using these portals as well. Pew Research published a new survey on Tuesday, with the finding that far more than half of adults over the age of 18 are using video-sharing sites like Vimeo and YouTube.
While there is no difference in online video watching by gender, there are several significant demographic differences in rates of video sharing site usage. Discrepancies according to urban, suburban or rural dwelling are minimal. Another notable trend is that non-white adult internet users have higher rates of video-sharing site use than their white counterparts, a consistent Pew finding since Parental use increased Pew says this increase might also be attributable to the fact that parents with minors at home are younger as a group than the non-parents cohort and use of video-sharing sites is linked to younger users.