86 per cent of people aged 15 to 34 who took part in a social research study say they use social media every day.
That's the finding from the Social Attitudes Survey - the work, commissioned by the Cabinet Office, is the biggest piece of research ever done on the Island.
98 per cent of the 2,000 plus people who took part - who were aged between 15 and 91 - revealed they had access to the internet at home.
Carl Hawker is the executive director of policy and strategy - he says steps were taken to ensure the non-digitally active population were reached for their opinions:
14 per cent of people aged 65 or over said they'd never used social media - Carl says the findings are important for the future: