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Twenty-nine percent of teens said none of their friends had been subjected to bullying behavior.
Related: In a wired world, children unable to escape cyberbullying And when asked how most of the children they know react when a fight breaks out at school or at a social event, 19 percent of teens said their acquaintances try to stop the fight and 23 percent said other kids try to find an adult.
Slightly more than a third – 37 percent – of teens have been ridiculed, humiliated, or verbally or physically threatened by another child, either in person or online, according to the poll.
A total of 68 percent of teens polled said their friends had been subjected to such treatment with 13 percent of teens saying most of their friends have been ridiculed, humiliated, or verbally or physically threatened by another child, either in person or online, another 13 percent saying some of their friends had been subjected to such treatment and 42 percent saying only a few of their friends about being on the receiving end of bullying behavior.
The poll was conducted in conjunction with Rosalind Wiseman, author of the book that inspired the movie “Mean Girls.” For adults, the survey has a sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points and for teens the sampling error is plus or minus 4.5 percentage points. Another 34 percent of teens responded that their acquaintances take no steps to stop the fight and 19 percent said the children they know encourage a fight to continue.While the new poll indicates that bullying is a problem in the lives of teens, it also suggests that adults have conflicting views about bullying. I’ve had both services in the past and haven’t really had any complaints about either.
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