PEW RESEARCH - May 9 - A Pew Research Center survey conducted in October 2019 finds that many Americans encounter some tech-related struggles with their significant others. 51% say their partner is often distracted by their cellphone while they are trying to have a conversation with them. Seven-in-ten Americans say it is rarely or never acceptable for someone to look through their partner's cellphone without that person's knowledge. Still, 34% of partnered adults say they have looked through their partner's cellphone without that person's knowledge, with women being more likely than men to say they have done this (42% vs. 25%).
by Emily A. Vogels & Monica Anderson
See full article at Pew Research