STOP PRESS: Ketchum survey uncovers traditional teens

An international survey by Ketchum Life has revealed that teenagers are still more likely to be influenced by personal relationships and traditional media than by digital media and pop culture. The survey of 14- to 18-year-olds in 27 different countries also found 31 per cent trust local clergy more than television.

An international survey by Ketchum Life has revealed that teenagers

are still more likely to be influenced by personal relationships and

traditional media than by digital media and pop culture. The survey of

14- to 18-year-olds in 27 different countries also found 31 per cent

trust local clergy more than television.



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