Familiarity with parental controls by parents in New Zealand 2017

This statistic depicts the familiarity with parental controls for video games by parents in New Zealand in 2017. In this year, around 39 percent of parents in New Zealand were mostly familiar with parental and family controls on personal computers or video game consoles.

Familiarity with parental controls for video games by parents in New Zealand in 2017

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Sources

Release date

August 2017

Region

New Zealand

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

The Nielsen Company provided Bond University with raw data for statistical analysis. The study included responses from 2,288 participants of all ages from 807 households in New Zealand. Participants were drawn randomly from the Nielsen Youth Voice Panel in March 2017.

The exact release day of the report was not specified by the source. The report was released in August 2017.

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