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And we were, like, sending pictures to each other and texting.
Then we got to know each other, and then we started …we live, like, he lives, like, not that far. And then we started hanging out …And we went to [school name] and we started playing basketball there.” Other teens meet online friends through other friends.
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Six-in-ten teens with smartphone access (60%) have made friends online, compared with 48% of those who do not use smartphones.
Teens use an array of online sites and digital platforms that facilitate meeting and interacting with new people, including discussion boards, social media platforms, networked and online video games, online video sites and blogging sites, among others. [We have] mutual friends.” Black teens are more likely than white teens to have made friends through a social media site (45% vs. Among Hispanic teens, 39% have made online friends that way.
Boys are more likely to make friends online than girls: 61% of boys and 52% of girls say they have made at least one friend online.
Perhaps because they have spent more time online and have become more familiar with digital platforms, older teens are more likely than younger teens to have made friends online: 60% of those ages 15 to 17 vs. Older boys are especially likely to have made friends online (67% have done so).
Interviewer: So somebody tried to become your friend and that was really weird. wanted to become a friend.” Teens’ access to — and use of — various technology platforms is tightly linked with their tendency to make friends online.
In the gaming context, teens who play games online with others — especially those who do so on a regular basis — are more likely than other teens to make friends online, and are also more likely to make a large number of online friends.
Among those who play games online with others daily, roughly three-quarters (74%) have made friends online and 37% have made more than five friends online.
…And then he asked me, and I said I live in [large Midwestern city]. ’ And I said ‘It’s good.’…I talked to him yesterday.” Another middle school boy explained how he became in-person friends with someone he met through a game.
“I met a friend on [the Play Station gaming system] PS3 and I gave [him] my phone numbers.