Arbitron asked different age groups how their radio consumption differs nowadays from 1999. In every single age group people are listening less to the radio. 12-17-year-olds are dedicating 15% less of their time to radio, among 18-24-year-olds the usage has dropped by 15.3%. Americans between 25 and 34 dedicate 13.2% less time to radio stations, those between 35 and 44 dropped radio usage by 7.9%. The percentage of decline is 5.7% for 45-49-year-olds, 3.4% for 50-54-year-olds, 6.8% for 55-64-year-olds and 8.1% for 65+ year olds.