Most online ‘Boomers’ consider themselves moderately digital-savvy

The digital world has long been considered the domain of younger generations – and to some extent survey results from Adobe support that perception. Yet most connected Americans ages 50 and older believe they’ve got at least a moderate handle on everything digital.

Some 62% of respondents ages 50 and older (66% of those ages 50-64, and 58% of those ages 65+) reported being either “moderate” or “digitally savvy.” In other words, only about 4 in 10 online adults ages 50 and older said they’re simply “not digitally savvy.” Overall, this suggests that while most feel comfortable with the digital world, few feel as though they’re getting everything out of it that it can offer.

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