In that study, the teens were asked about a number of online behaviors and the results for video-oriented activities are reported here.
37% of online teens have video chat conversations with others.
Nearly equal shares of online boys (28%) and girls (26%) say they shoot and share video.
Online teens from families with the lowest levels of parental education – where a parent has not received a high school diploma – are much less likely than others to video chat with just 14% of teens in those families video chatting, compared with 40% of teens with parents with higher levels of education.
In a similar vein, teen internet users from higher income families are more likely to video chat than lower income teens.
Some 34% of online 12-13 year olds use video chat, as do 39% of 14-17 year olds.
The differences by age are not statistically significant.