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UK teens: reasons for involvement in cyber bullying on social media 2016, by region

Leading reasons for getting involved in cyber bullying on social media networks according to teenagers in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2016, by region and home nation*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 9, 2016
UK teens: reasons for involvement in cyber bullying on social media 2016, by region This statistic displays the findings of a survey on teenagers' opinions on the leading reasons for the involvement in cyber bullying on social media platforms in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2016, by region and home nation. During the survey period, it was found that 35 percent of respondents in London stated that they think being bullied in the past is reason for getting involved in cyber bullying.
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Leading reasons for getting involved in cyber bullying on social media networks according to teenagers in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2016, by region and home nation*

They think it is funnyBecause they don't like someoneTo get back at someoneBecause they were bulliedThey are told to by someone elseThey are told to by a friendNone of the aboveNo response
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They think it is funnyBecause they don't like someoneTo get back at someoneBecause they were bulliedThey are told to by someone elseThey are told to by a friendNone of the aboveNo response
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 9, 2016
This statistic displays the findings of a survey on teenagers' opinions on the leading reasons for the involvement in cyber bullying on social media platforms in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2016, by region and home nation. During the survey period, it was found that 35 percent of respondents in London stated that they think being bullied in the past is reason for getting involved in cyber bullying.
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