How Greeks spend their 24 hours.

Here are the Key Take-aways from the recent Wisdrop Receptivity study, conducted online by Braincandy, in Nov. 2021, with a nat rep sample of 800 people (16-75 y.o.) across Greece.

5 Key Take-aways

  1. Greeks spend more than half of their 24h-day at home, probably sleeping. They prefer staying at home even during their day-offs. (See Chart)
  2. The majority of “At-home activities” offers relaxation while “Out of Greeks spend more than 20% of their time, every day, on Social Media (3h 36min.). Nevertheless, TV (incl. Subscription) still rules in terms of penetration.
  3. Boomers are also heavy users of Social Media. Subscription-based media are expected to further grow.
  4. Facebook leads the social media world. Video seems to be the next big thing though. (See Chart)
  5. The majority of “At-home activities” offers relaxation while “Out of Home activities” involve a greater variety of moods (ie.Happiness & Excitement). 
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