The average young person in Britain think having access to the internet is more important than daylight, according to a new poll.
British youths aged between 18 and 25 were asked to identify five things which they felt were important to maintain their quality of life.
Freedom of speech topped the list, picked by 81% of the 2,465 surveyed. Nearly seven in 10 (69%) chose internet connect, followed by 64% saying daylight and 57% hot water.
Only 37% said a welfare system - including the NHS - was important, with a measly 11% choosing a good nights' sleep.
The respondents who identified an internet connection as one of the most important aspects were asked how many times they used the internet every day. The average answer was 78 times.
The youths were also asked to identify what they would most like to change in order to improve their quality of life. The majority (34%) stated holidays, followed by more sleep (28%) and "having a bigger following on social media" (14%).
The study was, rather fittingly, conduced by blinds company Hillarys.