How Czech and Slovak citizens spend their time in cyberspace (Jak tráví čeští a slovenští občané čas v kyberprostoru)

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How Czech and Slovak citizens spend their time in cyberspace (Jak tráví čeští a slovenští občané čas v kyberprostoru)

The final data matrix contains test batteries from 2629 adults aged 18 to 99 years from the Czech Republic and Slovakia (test batteries that could be used for analytical operations). Two-thirds are Czech citizens and one-third are Slovak citizens, with the Slovak group having a higher age. The Silent Generation (year of birth 1925-1945) was represented by 6.54% of respondents, the Baby Boomers (year of birth 1946-1964) comprised 15.86% and Generation X, Y and Z (year of birth 1965-2026) comprised 77.60% of respondents. 18.18% of Czech adults and 12.75% of Slovak adults do not have any social networking account. On average, Czech citizens have 3.29 accounts on social networks (SD = ± 2.73), Slovak citizens have 2.75 accounts (SD = ± 2.16). Czechs spend more time online than Slovaks. The opposite trend can be observed for being active on social networks, where Slovaks spend more time than Czechs. Czech adults spend slightly more time playing digital games at the weekend, while the opposite trend can be seen during weekdays. The differences between citizens of the countries studied are small, but two of them show statistical significance, namely active surfing during days off and active use of social networks during weekdays. Czech citizens are more likely to watch videos with negative content than Slovaks. On the other hand, slightly more Slovaks than Czechs share these types of videos. 9.16% of Czechs have insulted someone on social media, compared to only 7.56% in Slovakia. Around 30% of both Czechs and Slovaks let someone provoke them on social media. 48.76% of Czechs and 43.15% of Slovaks always present themselves truthfully on social networks. Czech citizens are more likely to adopt the opinions of people they know on the internet (28.10%) than Slovak citizens (23.78%).

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