- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 1, 2016

The online behaviors of men and women are very different indeed. A close analysis of their respective behaviors when visiting Twitter, Facebook and other gathering spots is yet another example of the difference between the sexes.

Spot.Im - an Israel-based social engagement platform company that works with digital publishers - has a few telling numbers about what men and women share when they get behind the keyboard.

After polling 526 U.S. adults, here are the top 10 topics that males and females chose to share online with family, friends, public:

Men are most likely to share news about politics, followed by humor, world news, technology, sports, national security/terrorism, foreign policy, human rights, food and health.

And women? They are most apt to share humor, followed by news about “cute animals,” food, animal rights, health, human rights, entertainment, education, politics and world events.

The least shared topics among men are fashion and pop culture; among women, technology news and foreign policy.



Click to Read More

Click to Hide