The line graph illustrates the changes in the average amount of time spent by adults on 3 different social networks on a daily basis over a period of 5 years.
In 2014, Facebook use remained just below 40 minutes, and this figure increased steadily throughout the entire period, reaching somewhat 42 minutes in 2019. Initially, Facebook use was somewhat twice higher than others, but subsequently this gap shrank to a certain extent.
By contrast, both Snapchat and Instagram use remained below 20 minutes in 2014, but both reached exactly 20 minutes in the following year. Instagram was slightly more popular until 2015, but it was overtaken by Snapchat since then. Yet, the gap between each was barely noticeable during the entire period. Just like Facebook, daily use of Instagram and Snapchat kept rising until 2019, with both approaching 30 minutes.
Overall, it is clear that time spent on each network consistently increased, with Facebook ranking the first throughout the entire period.