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- 3/4 of children have access to mobile devices at home
- Smartphones are the most commonly used devices (63% up from 41% two years ago).
- Tablets come a close second at 40% – compared with 8% two years ago!
- The number of kids who have used mobile devices has about doubled since two years ago (38% to 72%)
- Average daily use of mobile devices has tripled (from 5 minutes to 15 minutes a day)
- The number of children under 2 who have used a mobile device has risen to 38% from 10% in 2011.
- Traditional screen time (TV) is down from two years ago, but mobile screen time is up.
- Most children using mobile devices are either playing games, using apps, or watching videos on the device.
- The average child spends 1 hr 55 minutes per day in front of a screen – and this is still dominated by TV despite the rise in mobile usage.
- More and more of this screen time is becoming DVR, on demand, and streaming.
- The ‘digital divide’ between rich and poor still exists – high income families are three times as likely to own a tablet and more than twice as likely to have high speed internet.
- 54% of higher income families use mobile devices for educational content but only 27% of lower income families do.
Zero to Eight: Children’s Media Use in America 2013 is the second in a series of surveys by Common Sense Media designed to document the media environments and behaviors of kids ages 8 and under. Replicating methods used two years ago, we’re able to see what’s changed. Read highlights from the study in the infographic below, and visit our research page to download the full report.