9 in 10 teens have used a form of social media at some point, and half visit a social networking site at least daily, finds Common Sense Media in June 2012 survey results. And while most report positive emotional impacts from their online social lives, a significant proportion show a desire to unplug. In terms of teens’ daily use of social and digital communications, texting is their most popular regular activity, performed by 68% of teens, with social networks (51%) next. Just 3 in 10 email on a daily basis, and only 19% say they IM with this frequency.
Among the overall sample, roughly two-thirds say their main social networking site is Facebook. Read the rest at MarketingCharts.