Don’t expect all Canadians to improve bad habits with phones: study
Sleep with your phone under the pillow? Text your friends during dinner? It might be time to put that bad habit behind you.
A new study suggests some Canadians are aiming to fix bad habits they have with their tech gadgets in the new year.
The study, commissioned by Nokia, found that not all Canadians hope to change up their bad habits with their phones.
Not surprisingly, about 22 per cent of Canadians aged 18-34 send text messages while in the movie theatre, and just under 50 per cent are going to stop doing so next year. So prepare to kick some seats in front of you since this habit doesn’t seem to be going away.
The study also found that 41 per cent of Canadians keep their phones within arm’s reach all the time. Yes, that includes when they’re trying to get some shut-eye…or not so much.