GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Social Media Self Esteem Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"60% of people using social media reported negative impacts on their self-esteem."

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"A 2017 study found that social media usage was linked to a 33% increase in adolescents with high levels of depressive symptoms and 31% more suicide deaths, particularly among females."

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"60% of people using social media reported negative impacts on their self-esteem. 50% reported negative effects on their relationships, and 80% reported it is easier to be deceived by others through their sharing on social media."

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"Social media has become a key tool for teens to connect, share their lives, and express their emotions, with 44% posting about their family, 34% sharing their emotions, and 22% posting about their dating life."

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"Teenagers and young adults who spend the most time on social media platforms have a substantially higher rate of reported depression than those who spend the least time."

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"The prevalence of depression among adolescents has increased by 52% from 2005 to 2017."

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"70% of young people favor adding a pop-up warning to social media channels warning them of heavy usage."

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"97% of 13-17 year olds use social media platforms, which can provide entertainment, self-expression, and exposure to current events."

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"The same study shows that teens are more anxious and have lower self-esteem due to social media and texting, as they miss out on body language and facial expressions, and are constantly connected to each other."

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"A 2017 study sadly found that social media usage was linked to a 33% increase in adolescents with high levels of depressive symptoms and 31% more suicide deaths, particularly among females."

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