According to the British firm Intersperience as part of the ‘Digital Futures, which surveyed 1,000 youngsters about their online and digital lives, also revealed 60 percent of teens would experience the same emotions.
Seven in ten teens chat with friends on Facebook but more than half said they prefer to talk face-to-face.
The survey also revealed 74 percent of under 12s play games online, 65 percent utilise the net when completing their homework and a third also buy of sell items via the web. They’re also clued up on security with a third admitting they don’t give their personal details to firms when online with a further 22 percent claiming to give false information instead.
Intersperience also said toddlers tend dominate the iPad in the families where the tablet PC is owned, with many mastering touch screen technology independently.