Baby Boomers most distracted by technology, survey says

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You'd think it's teenagers who are more addicted to their tech than adults, but it turns out adults are just as addicted, if not more.

According to 2015 findings of a Nielsen survey about which age groups are the most distracted by technology at mealtimes, Baby Boomers were found to be the most distracted by tech.

According to the survey, 52 percent of Baby Boomers (ages 50-63) and 42% of Silent Generation (ages 65+) respondents say they use technology during mealtime.

Teenagers were more likely to eat their meals without technology, followed by millennials.