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According to a survey, Gen Z prefers digital life to real world

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According to a survey, Gen Z prefers digital life to real world

It is generally said that the members of Generation Z are mostly spoiled people.

They prefer to use the Internet rather than participate in anything in the real world. However, it is important to note that research shows that this generation actually believes that the virtual world is more important than the real world, at least in terms of things that are easier for them to remember.

Both Generation Z and Millennials tend to have the same view of their own personality, and they believe that personality is more important than their real life. Improving their online image seems to be their top priority, and 60% of Gen Z and 62% of millennials agree. 44% of Gen Z and 39% of Millennials also prefer to go online, which shows that they feel that social interactions occur online better than face-to-face.

However, it should also be noted that the respondents in these groups performed multiple tasks at least in part at the same time.
According to a poll by SquareSpace, 43% of Gen Z consumers are more likely to remember the website they visited last time, while 38% are more likely to remember their partner’s birthday, and 31% said they do.

They may remember their social security number. Not only do they ignore the real world and support the virtual world, but in this case, they do so, given that we are all immersed in the virtual world, this seems necessary. Social media and internet addiction are very real. But the liking shown by young people for these things is not necessarily related to addiction, because it can be a healthier thing.

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According to a survey, Gen Z prefers digital life to real world

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It is important to note that research shows that this generation actually believes that the virtual world is more important than the real world, at least in terms of things that are easier for them to remember. Both Generation Z and Millennials tend to have the same view of their own personality, and they believe that personality is more important than their real life. According to a poll by SquareSpace, 43% of Gen Z consumers are more likely to remember the website they visited last time, while 38% are more likely to remember their partner’s birthday, and 31% said they do.

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