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According to a Gallup survey, strong parent-teen bonds have a greater impact on teen mental health than social media usage.
U.S. teens average nearly five hours a day on social media. Personality traits and parental restrictions greatly affect teen social media usage patterns.
More American workers now than two years ago are worried that technology could soon make their job obsolete. College-educated workers have nearly caught up with non-college-educated workers in harboring this fear.
Americans commonly use social media platforms and hold accounts with the most popular ones, though they infrequently post their own content.
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While sub-Saharan Africa remains one of the least connected parts of the globe, internet access grew substantially in five countries in the region between 2019 and 2021.
Nearly three in five U.S. adults, up from 39% in 2015, believe they spend too much time on their smartphone. The increase was about equal by gender and age, though younger adults continue to be much more likely to say this.
Republicans have lost significant confidence in big business and large technology companies over the past year. Democrats' confidence in big business, while still negative, has improved.
Americans' views of large technology companies have become significantly more negative over the past 18 months, and the public's calls for increased government regulation of these businesses has risen.
In a recent Google/Gallup study, less than half of U.S. students, parents and educators said they were satisfied with the availability of computer science education.
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Teachers who foster creativity, especially those who leverage technology, are more likely to view their students as capable, engaged learners.
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