60

of self-identified LGBT respondents see positive change for their community on YouTube in a way they don't in traditional media.

Google Survey, “How YouTube Audience Views LGBT-Inclusive Advertising,” U.S., n=361 YouTube viewers 18+ who identify themselves as LGBT (YouTube viewers defined as adults who visit YouTube at least once a month), May 2017.

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of millennials say they've watched YouTube videos to improve their health or feel better after feeling down.

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Recent research revealed how-to videos earn the most attention of any content category on YouTube, even more than music clips or gaming.

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of viewers say they regularly turn to YouTube to learn something new.

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