Pangea Media, the leader in online quizzes and quiz technology, has released the results of its latest “Pangea Pulse,” which tracks the attitudes and preferences of its tween and teen users towards sex and marriage.
When asked in a Quibblo survey if they felt their age group was mature enough to be genuinely in love, tweens and teens were generally divided, with 45 percent saying that age isn’t a factor for falling in love while 41 percent thought it was very rare for teenagers to be absolutely certain of love.
When asked about how the media portrays tweens/teens and sexual abstinence, 58 percent felt that MTV Music Awards host Russell Brand was wrong for mocking the Jonas Brothers for wearing promise rings, noting that people should be praised for choosing to wait. Meanwhile only 32 percent said that Bristol Palin should marry her boyfriend, Levi Johnston, because it was the right thing to do, with 17 percent responding that it would help her mother’s race for the White House. Thirty percent felt that the worst problem facing teens is pregnancy while drugs took second place with 24 percent.