Researchers from Common Sense Media conducted a survey 2658 Teens and learned about the most common entertainment among young people. About 70% of every day listening to music, more than half of every day watching TV. 45% used social networks every day, writes The Daily Mail.
Stronger all loved TV shows children from 8 to 12 years. Many representatives from this group could spend watching one of up to six hours a day. Interestingly, only 50% of the fans of the TV watching the broadcast, other preferred video online and record broadcasts.
Traditionally, video games are popular among boys. Among girls who love to play video games were significantly less. If the teenage boys spent on average games an hour, the girls paid no more than 7 minutes.
Largely children's entertainment depended on financial well-being of the family. Children from poor families spend more time on the street, the researchers found. Come from wealthy families, by contrast, have a rest in the company of digital devices.