Teens in the US are spending more time on YouTube than on Netflix for the first time

YouTube edged out Netflix as the preferred video streaming platform for teens, according to a new survey from investment banking firm Piper Jaffray.
As part of its fall 2019 survey, Piper Jaffray polled teenagers about their video habits and found for the first time that they spend more time on YouTube than Netflix. Teens reported spending 37% of their daily video consumption on YouTube and 35% on Netflix, according to the survey.

When Piper Jaffray asked teens about their streaming preferences in the spring, Netflix usage was at 37%, while teens spent only 32% of their daily video time on YouTube.
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