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Almost a fifth of American adults – 19% – have tried video calling either online or via their cell phones.
That figure comes from adding up the number of adults who said they either had made a video or teleconferencing call online (17% of adults have done that) or made video calls on their cell phones (6% of adults have done that).
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In many cases people have placed video calls on both the internet and their cell phone.
Those who answered yes to both questions were only counted once in the overall tally of video callers.
For the first time, Pew Internet asked cell phone owners about video calls, chats, and teleconferences and found that 7% of cell owners have taken advantage of that feature.
Video activities are far less common than other cell features.
For instance, in the same survey, Pew Internet found that 74% of cell owners use text messaging features, 39% use their phones to access the internet, 34% use them for email, and 30% use them for instant messaging.
The following table gives a breakdown of the demographic differences among cell owners when it comes to video calling, chatting, or teleconferencing.
These figures translate into 23% of internet users and 7% of cell phone owners who have participated in video calls, chats, or teleconferences.
These figures were gathered in a survey of 3,001 American adults (age 18 and older) between August 9 and September 13, 2010. This is the first survey of the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project that has covered both online and cell-phone video calls, so there are no prior comparable data to show how much the activity is increasing.