Playing games was the online activity conducted most often by US children, cited by 45.0% of boys and 39.0% of girls. Watching videos was also popular, at 38.0% male and 27.6% female. While both of these were more popular among boys, girls were more likely to conduct all other online activities, such as searching the internet and social networking—albeit at much lower rates. Read the rest at eMarketer.
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