As we move well beyond the days when Facebook dominated their usage, teens’ digital activity has become more complex. It’s not just a matter of Snapchat siphoning teens away from Facebook. A gaming phenomenon like Fortnite can compete with all social networks for teens’ attention. Meanwhile, widespread smartphone ownership among teens—something not seen a few years ago—gives an "anywhere, anytime" intensity to their digital activity.
WHAT’S IN THIS REPORT? This report sorts through the complexities of US teens’ digital activity, examining aspects that include smartphone usage, social networking, digital video viewing, video gaming amid the Fortnite craze, cyberbullying and more.
KEY STAT: Among social networks, Snapchat has climbed atop the list of teens’ favorites—maybe in part because there aren’t a lot of parents on that platform.
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