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The State of Kids and Families in America 2024

January 29, 2024

The 2024 election is already proving to be one of the most consequential for kids and families. Our new survey reveals strong bipartisan support for the government to take action on solutions that will better support kids and families.

Constant Companion: A Week in the Life of a Young Person's Smartphone Use

September 26, 2023

Smartphones have become a constant companion in our teens' lives. Our new report goes directly to young people to learn exactly how they use their phones, and how it impacts everything from school and sleep to mental health.

2023 State of Kids' Privacy

June 27, 2023

Privacy laws were recently passed, requiring companies to provide notice if they sell or share personal data. But our new research report reveals that the industry as a whole isn't being entirely transparent about how they are monetizing our data.

Teens and Mental Health: How Girls Really Feel About Social Media

March 30, 2023

Teen girls have a complicated relationship with social media. But a new report from Common Sense looks at the platforms and features that girls like and dislike—giving us a chance to improve their experience online.

Teens and Pornography

January 10, 2023

The majority of U.S. teens in our survey report they're watching pornography online. But they also say conversations with trusted adults go a long way to helping them understand what they see in pornography and exploring their sexuality in healthy ways.

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