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You click 2,000 selfies a year: Study reveals

Obama-selfie Researchers interviewed 1,000 Americans over the age of 18 about their photo-taking habits | via Commons

In today's selfie-obsessed world, how many self-portraits do you think an average youngster snaps in a year? Well, more than 2,000 selfies a year, according to a new study.

The study from Intel and Lineage Labs found that millennials take an average of at least six selfies every day, metro.co.uk reported.

Researchers interviewed 1,000 Americans over the age of 18 about their photo-taking habits.

Around 50 per cent of the respondents admitted clicking at least one selfie every day. The rest took a selfie a week, or a selfie every other day.

And those who counted themselves as regular users of their phone took at least six selfies a day.

On an average 18-24 year old's phone, 16 per cent of photos are selfies, the study found.

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