The Pandemic Effect: People Changed Over To The Opposite Camp - Deepstash

The Pandemic Effect: People Changed Over To The Opposite Camp

The Pandemic Effect: People Changed Over To The Opposite Camp

However, social media has been important for many people during the pandemic, with nearly six in ten (59%) worldwide saying social media has provided a vital connection for them during the pandemic. This figure was highest among younger people aged 18-34 (71%), who rely on social media for connectivity. People in Vietnam (94%) and South Africa (79%) are the most likely to say social media is a vital connection for them, although a third of people worldwide (33%) say they have become less tolerant to people on social media during the pandemic.

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