The above image is from a much larger INFOGRAPHIC showing the results of a poll of teens concerning their cellphone habits. Mashable introduces the visual:
After a close encounter with a texting teen at a busy intersection recently, we wondered: Has texting taken over as the primary form of communication for today’s teens?
We found our answer with this Infographic from Lab 42, which polled 500 social-networking Americans aged 13 to 21.
The headline stat: 71% of the respondents preferred texting to phone calling. But we have our doubts about that self-reported 2% who admit texting while driving, a suspiciously low number. . .