The pie charts illustrate six devices that young Canadian adults aged 18-24 utilized to watch television programmes in the years 2009 and 2019.
Overall, one of the most salient features of the data is the transition from conventional
period, with flat-screen TVs being the dominant medium for watching television, along with smartphones. It stands to reason that with the passage of time, modern devices were chosen by more people in
In 2009, while conventional
was the most popular medium, with just over a
of the viewers using them, the figure was merely 4% ten years on.
was followed in
place by laptops, with one out of five people in the given group watching television programmes through them. Desktop computers were the
most-liked device among
age range, which was 2% fewer than the laptop category. Ten years later on, the figures for the former and the latter were the same percentages, which was slightly over a tenth, at 12%.
By 2019, the proportion of those who viewed flat-screen
had risen from 8% to 27%. It is apparent that gadgets
appealed to them.
-highest category was smartphones, with numbers approaching roughly a quarter of
age group. There was almost a fifth of young viewers used tablets in 2019.
percentage was considerably higher than that of in 2009.
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