Why the results of a Pew Research Center study worry this communicator
I received a news release in my e-mail about a study out of the Pew Research Center that I’m not too sure about.
Here’s the title: “One Quarter of Teens are Super-Communicators”
My immediate reaction was: “You’re kidding me, right?” because I wouldn’t describe the majority of the teens I know that way. So I was a little skeptical.
My second thought was: “What’s your definition of ‘super-communicator?'”
I figured I should look at the full study before I discounted it, because maybe there’s something here I could learn from.
Here are some of the key insights from the study:
Here’s the finding that generated the title of the study:
So, at this point I’m still looking for their definition of “super-communicator” and here it is: