U.S. Millennials and Gen X: frequency of password changes 2014

This statistic displays the regularity with which members of the Millennial and Generation X generations in the United States change their online passwords, as of February 2014. According to the survey, 19 percent of Millennials in the U.S. change their online passwords once a month, whereas 13 percent of Generation X change their passwords as often.

Frequency with which Millennials and Gen X in the United States change their online passwords as of February 2014

FrequencyMillennialsGen XBoth (avg)
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Release date

February 2014


United States

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Supplementary notes

Millennials are defined by the source as adults ages 18 to 32 at the time of survey, and Generation X are defined as ages 33 to 48.

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