Negative social media effects according to U.S. teens 2018, by emotional well-being

This statistic presents the negative social media effects according to teenagers in the United States as of April 2018, by emotional well-being. According to the findings, 35 percent of teenagers with low social-emotional well-being reported to have been cyber bullied when using social media, while in comparison only five percent of teenagers with high social-emotional well-being stated similarly.

Negative social media effects according to teenagers in the United States as of April 2018, by emotional well-being

High social-emotional well-beingLow social-emotional well-being
Sometimes I feel left out or excluded when using social media29%70%
Have deleted social media posts because they get too few "likes"13%43%
Feel bad about themselves if no one comments on or likes their posts11%43%
Have ever been cyberbullied5%35%
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Sources

Release date

September 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

March 22 to April 10, 2018

Number of respondents

1,141 respondents

Age group

13-17 years

Method of interview

Online survey

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