Teens have their own ways to follow and make their world rather than just doing what people older than them are into. Teens always lead new trends from the forefront, especially in anything that is “cool and hip”. To understand online video watching habits amongst teens Pew Research Center has come out with a new study to give us an understanding. However, one point to be noted is that these reports are often based on a sample grouping and their results rather than a full survey of a larger group.
Mostly teens are known to spend their time in watching videos, listening music, chatting with friends and in playing online games. The recently study says that 95% of the teens aged between 12 to 17 use the internet regularly. But the survey concluded that only a small percentage of teens use video functions like chatting, uploading videos and streaming live video footage. However, most of the teens involve themselves in watching videos through either Facebook or Twitter.
The study found 80% of the teens using the social networking sites to follow their videos. Factors such as household income also played their part as the study included an evaluation amongst different groups. Those who are from high-income families were comparatively more into video-chatting than their counterparts of low-income families. The infographic explains further more statistics.
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