A word cloud that illustrates the words sons and daughters use when talking to their fathers.
Generation V Statistics & Trends
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A word cloud that illustrates the words sons and daughters use when talking to their mothers.
Mothers frequently say be careful or be safe to their boys (but not as often to their girls), with a few don’t forget’s and you need to’s sprinkled in for good measure.
Every day, parents tell their kids to take care and be safe, and even on Facebook stereotypical mothering occurs with sons.
Family members often comment on each others’ photos, posts, and shared links.
Daughters post on their parents’ Facebook Timelines nearly as often as their parents post on theirs’, and after age 30, daughters post even more.
A chart illustrating the percentage of parent-child Facebook relationships that were initiated by the child, based on the age of the child.
43 percent of consumers now connect to the web with their TVs.
Of the major races and ethnicities in the US, Hispanics are by far the youngest on average.