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Frequency of playing video games by U.S. children according to parents in 2017

Frequency of playing video games on consoles and handhelds by children in the United States according to their parents as of February 2017

Frequency of playing video games by U.S. children according to parents in 2017 This statistic presents the frequency of playing video games on consoles and handhelds by children in the United States according to their parents as of February 2017. According to the findings, 54 percent of parents reported that their child has never played video games on a console, while an additional 65 percent of parents said the same in terms of game play via handheld devices.
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Frequency of playing video games on consoles and handhelds by children in the United States according to their parents as of February 2017

Several times a dayOnce a daySeveral times a weekOnce a weekLess than once a weekHas never done
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Several times a dayOnce a daySeveral times a weekOnce a weekLess than once a weekHas never done
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This statistic presents the frequency of playing video games on consoles and handhelds by children in the United States according to their parents as of February 2017. According to the findings, 54 percent of parents reported that their child has never played video games on a console, while an additional 65 percent of parents said the same in terms of game play via handheld devices.
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