How teenage peers treat each other on social media sites, by age and gender

How teenage peers treat each other on social media in 2011, by age and gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 9, 2011
How teenage peers treat each other on social media sites, by age and gender This statistic shows how teenage boys and girls experience peer behavior on social media sites, divided by age groups. 33 percent of girls aged 12 to 13 feel that peers treat each other mostly unkind on social media platforms, whereas only 9 percent of same-aged male respondents thought so.
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How teenage peers treat each other on social media in 2011, by age and gender

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