Two-thirds of Australians agree that Overall the internet solves more problems than it creates

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 3-Mar-20

A special Roy Morgan SMS survey has found that 66.8% of Australians aged 18+ agree that ‘Overall the internet solves more problems than it creates’; 33.2% disagree, believing that the ‘internet creates more problems than it solves’. The survey also shows that 63.3% of women agree that the internet solves more problems than it creates, compared to 70.5% of men. Meanwhile, 74.9% of Australians aged 18-24 agree that the internet solves more problems than it creates, as do 69% of those aged 25-34, but only 65.3% of those aged 65+. The group least positively inclined towards the internet is those aged 35-49, but even here 63.1% feel that it solves more problems than it creates. The survey, conducted on February 11-13, was completed by 949 Australians aged 18+.

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