Wednesday, August 12, 2009

New PEW Report: Forty Years After Woodstock, A Gentler Generation Gap

Source: PEW Research Center

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The biggest perceived differences emerged in two predictable areas: use of new technology and preferences in music. Nearly nine-in-ten respondents say the generations differ in the way they use the Internet, computers and other kinds of new technology (87%). Moreover, nearly three-quarters of those interviewed (73%) say young and older people are “very different” in the way they handle these new tools of the information age—the single largest difference recorded in the poll.

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