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A new nationally representative survey of American teenagers shows that nearly all teens age 94 percent use social media platforms. This study by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research points to Snapchat, a multifaceted application for sharing short-lived images and video narratives as well as engaging with news, and Instagram, a photo and video sharing application, as the most popular social media platforms among teens. Building on historically greater uptake of smartphones, black teens are more likely to use certain social media platforms—especially those deed and optimized for mobile use—and to use Instagram and Snapchat more frequently than white teens.
Black teens are particularly connected to messaging apps, using more apps and using them more frequently than other teens. They are also more enthusiastic about video chatting and live streaming video. Online and telephone interviews using landlines and cell phones were conducted with teens 13 to 17 years old after consent was granted by a parent or guardian.
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