Insights23% of UK citizens have access to four screens at home

23% of UK citizens have access to four screens at home

Multiscreening in the UK homes is becoming increasingly common, a new report from Kantar Media reveals.

The new survey reveals how British homes are becoming more open to digital
The new survey reveals how British homes are connecting more with digital

According to recent data from Kantar Media, almost one-in-four British people (23%) have access to four screens at home (TV, computer, smartphone and tablet).

The FuturePROOF syndicate study results have increased by 12% from just six months ago, where only 11% of British people had accessed to multiple screens.

49% of those questioned said they used their tablet at home every day, but only 7 per cent said they used it outside of the home on a daily basis.

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