Malaysians spend an average of 80 minutes per session on YouTube when using mobile devices, double the global average of 40 minutes, according to a study conducted by TNS Research and Google Malaysia in the fourth quarter of 2015.  

In the survey of 1,000 Malaysians aged between 16 and 64, 55% said they preferred content on YouTube over that of content on television.

Also, half of senior citizens aged between 55 and 64 are avid YouTube viewers. When asked how many senior citizens were surveyed, TNS Malays

Source: Malaysia, truly a mobile YouTube nation: Google-TNS study | Digital News Asia

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