Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

Similarly more than half african american teens are

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Unformatted text preview: ls and older teens are more likely to text brothers, sisters and other family members than boys and younger teens. One in five girls (20%) and 19% of teens ages 14 -17 text their siblings several times a day, while 13% of boys and 11% of middle school -age teens text siblings with that frequency. African -American teens are more likely to report frequently texting siblings or other family, as well as significant others. Three in ten (30%) African -American teens say they Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 54 text brothers, sisters or other family members several times a day, compared with 14% of white teens and 19% of English -speaking Hispanic teens. Similarly, more than half African -American teens are more likely to report frequently texting siblings or other family, as well as significant others. Three in ten (30%) African -American teens say they text brothers, sisters or other family members several times a day, compared with 14% of white teens and 19% of English -speaking Hispanic teens. Similarly, more than half (53%) of texting African -American teens say they text t...
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