US adults have watched more than one million videos on YouTube this year.
The latest report by the Pew Research Center showed that the number of videos uploaded to the site has increased by a whopping 50% in the last three months, up from just under 3 million in May.
More than half of all the videos uploaded this year were from the US, with over 30% of all uploads from outside the US.
The site also saw a jump in uploads of new content from non-English speaking countries.
It is unclear what percentage of the increase is attributable to the US viewing population, with some commentators suggesting it may be due to the election of Donald Trump as US president.
The majority of all uploaded videos are from non English speaking countriesThe Pew report said that the majority of the content uploaded this month was from non english speaking countries, with nearly half coming from China.
The number of people watching these videos has increased in all countries, from just over 1.2 million in April to more than 3 million this month.
The Pew study said that there was also an increase in views for people viewing from the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.