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of Canadians admit to using their phone while at the dinner table
Are you doing the mobile equivalent of constantly biting your nails? What are Canadians worst mobile habits…and will we break these habits in the New Year?
What mobile skill do Canadians want to develop in 2013?
44% say they would be willing to
quit this bad table manner in 2013
41% of Canadians keep their 58
30% want to kick it old school
% of 18 to 34 year olds want to declutter their phone by deleting old apps, games and contacts
Silence is golden at the theatre but % of young Canadians (18-34 year olds) STILL sneak in texts; luckily, % of them would be willing to give this up come 2013
phones within arm’s reach at all times (even when sleeping) and % will continue to in the New Year
by making calls to chat with friends and loved ones
want to be a snap shooter and use the phone’s camera more often
juggling an in-person conversation and texting at the same time but % are willing to or considering Women stopping this multi-tasking tendency
18% of us admit to 78
10% want to be a speed texter
Spee D Txtr
More men than woman admit to slyly checking work emails while on family vacation and % of men will continue this habit into 2013
Canadians on average use their phone for 42 minutes minutes per day, with Albertans spending the most at minutes daily, and Quebecers spending the least at minutes daily
% admit to spending one too many hours playing the latest mobile game, but at least they’re not in denial and % would be willing to quit in the New Year
“I can’t live without my phone!”
live without a TV versus their cell phone
49% of 18-34 year olds would rather
Statistics displayed are from an online survey conducted on December 10, 2012 with 1000 Canadian adults who are also Angus Reid Forum panel members