The results of the 27th Taking Stock With Teens survey has recently just been released.
Taking stock with teens article.
The "Taking stock with Teens" survey is a semi-annual survey of 7500 American teens in order to determine their spending habits and their preferred brands. Full results of the survey can be found here:
Taking stock with teens survey results
One of the interesting things I noted was that only teens from 48 states were surveyed.
Is the survey a true representation of a typical American teen? Why/why not?
An interesting activity would be to compare and contrast the results of this survey with the results of a school/class and discussing why the results may not match with the survey results. Or use the data to investigate the probability of selecting a random teen whose preferred social networking site is Google+ for example.