6 takeaways about teen friendships in the digital age

57% of Teens Have Made at Least One New Friend Online

From measuring teens’ internet usage to finding out what devices they own, Pew Research Center has been examining the digital lives of teenagers for over a decade. Our latest report focuses on how teens, who often live tech-saturated lives, develop and sustain friendships in the digital age, including where they meet, communicate and spend time with friends.

Here are six key facts about teens, technology and friendships:

1More than half of teens have made at least one new friend online. Fully 57% of teenagers have met a new friend over the internet, with nearly three-in-ten teens (29%) saying …read more

Source: Pew Research

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