What is the Demographic Of Many Tiktok Users in NYT Crossword Puzzle? To find out the clue, answer, and its meaning, read the full article.
NYT Crossword is a wordplay game that is published in the column of The New York Times and also on their online homepage.
Recently, interesting crosswords are gaining fame and people are searching for its clue on the internet.
Since the crosswords vary, the actual answer is not posted on the online sites.
The other difficulty is that the puzzle changes on a daily basis so it’s hard to keep track.
Demographic Of Many Tiktok Users NYT Crossword Clue Explained
One of the crosswords which seemed unique on the NYT Crossword was the Demographic Of Many Tiktok Users.
The near-about clue of the puzzle is the current generation.
The puzzle simply wanted to know the demography of the majority of the TikTok users.
It could be based on the age group, ethnicity, or generation as well. People got confused since demography has vast aspects.
But as mentioned earlier, the answer to the crossword is Generation Z aka GenZ and it is confirmed by NYT crossword answers.
Most of the people on TikTok were born between the 1990s and early 2010s. The age group of these people ranges between 1-30 years.
They are also known as Zoomers and had access to the internet and technology as a child. Given the demographic of TikTok users, likely not many old enough to vote.
— Frank Burns (@FrankBu84498854) September 9, 2020 Is It Related To Glazer Of Broad City Crossword Clue On Tik Tok?
The clue of the above-mentioned puzzle is nowhere related to the Glazer Of Broad City Crossword.
Both of them were published in the NYT on separate days. And the clues and answers are quite different.
The Glazer of Broad City does not point to the real world.
Instead, it is about the American sitcom, ‘Broad City’ which has 5 seasons. And the Glazer of the puzzle is none other than the actress Ilana Glazer. @ilazer You're a clue in the @nytimes crossword! 23 down: "Glazer of 'Broad City'" You've made it! pic.twitter.com/7FTx6tjjpz
— Jaclyn Peiser (@jackiepeiser) October 17, 2016