LifeSearch: digital conversations have overtaken face-to-face

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LifeSearch: digital conversations have overtaken face-to-face

Trends show 15% decrease in ‘real life’ conversations in last five years

The number of face-to-face conversations we have per day has decreased by 15% in the last five years, according to new research from LifeSearch, with Brits attributing this to living alone (20%), working remotely (13%) or ‘having fewer friends' to spend time with (34%). Although for many, modern life means that we live far from family members (32%) or are too busy to spend physical time together (17%), one in seven of us (14%) just feel more comfortable communicating digitally. But half of...

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