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Explore Individual and Household Program data and the Small Business Administration’s Disaster Home Loan Program data by state, county, and disaster.Herman Johnson of Warren, Michigan, gives his friend, Fred Rivera, left, a kiss on the head after Johnson was awarded the Purple Heart for his combat wounds from the Vietnam conflict during a surprise ceremony near the Three Soldiers at the Vietnam Memorial in...For the data behind device ownership trends, please visit our device ownership key indicator page. adults who own a smartphone, 7% are “smartphone-dependent.” For more information on U. 44% of cell owners have slept with their phone next to their bed because they wanted to make sure they didn’t miss any calls, text messages, or other updates during the night.Some smartphone owners — particularly younger adults, minorities and lower-income Americans — depend on their smartphone for internet access. 29% of cell owners describe their cell phone as “something they can’t imagine living without.” (Above info based on April 2012 data found in this report.) The demographic breakdown of cell and smartphone owners (January 2014): As of May 2013, 63% of adult cell owners use their phones to go online. 67% of cell owners find themselves checking their phone for messages, alerts, or calls — even when they don’t notice their phone ringing or vibrating.34% of cell internet users go online using their phones, and not using some other device such as a desktop or laptop computer.
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See: of adult smartphone owners ages 18 and older say they use their phone to get directions or other information based on their current location.
Among adult social media users ages 18 and older, 30% say that at least one of their accounts is currently set up to include their location in their posts.
12% of adult smartphone owners say they use a geosocial service to “check in” to certain locations or share their location with friends, down from 18% in early 2012.
Some 55% of cell phone owners say they use their phones to go online — to browse the internet, exchange emails, or download apps.
We asked them if they experience slow download speeds that prevent things from loading as quickly as they would like: Overall, these “just-in-time” cell users — defined as anyone who has done one or more of the above activities using their phone in the preceding 30 days—amount to 62% of the entire adult population.