According to the report, 1,884 residents of the United States aged 13 to 21 where surveyed to find out the opinions of Generation Z. The survey participants were asked about the probability of buying cryptocurrency over the next six months, and more than 52% answered: “Not at all.”
In addition, only 5% answered “very likely”, 6% “very likely”, 15% “quite likely” and 17% “not very likely”, while 4% gave different unspecified answers. However, although the results of the survey have just been published, they were conducted in January, before the recent bull market began. Business Insider notes:
A boosted market may lead some teenagers participating in the survey to reconsider their position, and this could push 26% who said that they are very likely, very likely or very likely to buy cryptocurrency to pull the trigger.
As recently reported, a recent survey on cyber security by the Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, conducted on June 17, showed that 19% of people worldwide have acquired cryptocurrency.
In early May, the US asset management company Fidelity Investments also published the results of a survey showing that 22% of institutional investors already own digital assets.