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U.S. teens who are interested in disconnecting from social media in 2012, by statement

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U.S. teens' desire to disconnect from social media in 2012 This statistic shows the share of teenagers who would like to unplug from social networking, by statements they supported. The survey, which was carried out in early 2012, shows that 36 percent of U.S. teenagers sometimes wished they could go back to a time before Facebook.
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This statistic shows the share of teenagers who would like to unplug from social networking, by statements they supported. The survey, which was carried out in early 2012, shows that 36 percent of U.S. teenagers sometimes wished they could go back to a time before Facebook.
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Release date
June 2012
Region
United States
Survey time period
February and March 2012
Number of respondents
1,030 respondents
Age group
13-17 years
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
This statistic shows only those respondents who "strongly agree" or "somewhat agree" with the statements provided. The source does not state whether these respondents make up the total of surveyed teenagers or not.

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