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November 06, 2009


This is actually pretty interesting.

Pew are reputable and know their stuff when it comes to surveys, but... how can a poll that is conducted amongst adults (18+) only be used to produce figures for the media age of users of services that allow under-18s to use them?

I would like to see a percentage of each age group using these applications. I am sure that the youngest group of users will be higher for all sites!
Then how can us older users get the kids off the sites we use. I am sick of the language and disrespect some of the younger users use while on Twitter and on Facebook.

Thanks for the info!

Very interesting, does anybody know who conducted this research?, I am looking for more info about these networking places.

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