Most people would drive far if they forgot their phone at home

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(May 1, 2014) – It’s no surprise that people are more attached than ever to their cellphones.

In fact, according to research by the Center for the Digital Future, three out of ten people would go back home no matter the distance if they forgot their mobile device.

Research also found that millennials are more likely to be dependent on their mobile devices.

According to the survey conducted, 23% of respondents would never go back for their phone, but only 12% of millennials said they would never go back.