The annual youth report from GfK NOP describes how young Americans are embracing individualism and also have a lot more money to spend. It makes for interesting reading: 55% of...

The annual youth report from GfK NOP describes how young Americans are embracing individualism and also have a lot more money to spend.  It makes for interesting reading:

55% of today’s youth saying they have their own way of doing things and are comfortable with and cling fiercely to their individuality; 43% of teens and tweens agree that they are unafraid to do things their peers say is "uncool"; 18% of kids in 2005 would rather be a famous actor or actress, compared to 27% just three years ago; nearly two-thirds (62%) of 8- to 17-year-olds find technology exciting; nearly one-third (30%) of 8- to 17-year-olds say they are involved in making family purchase decisions, up four percentage points from last year; CDs and video games make up a combined 29% of teen spending;

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