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Three quarters of Kiwi kids see streaming as a career, but parents aren’t so keen – survey

23 December, 2021 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Newshub, 01 December 2021

A new survey has found three quarters of New Zealand children see a potential to make a career in streaming, while also revealing news and politics barely engages them online.
The survey of 415 New Zealanders aged 10-18 and their parents was conducted for Logitech by independent research company Pureprofile, with a maximum margin of error of five percent.
It found 62 percent of those surveyed watched gamers and streamers online, while 54 percent viewed music videos. However news was only watched by 15 percent, with politics attracting the attention of a paltry five percent.
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