ILA #3

I chose this type of chart because it allows for easy comparison of data that show yes or no answers. I grouped the data for Social Media passwords together and the data for Phone passwords separately to make it easier on the eye and allow for comparison of the different groups as a whole. Just at a glance it is clear that parents are less likely to know their child’s phone password than their child’s social media passwords. Parents are still kind of split on having either password. So why are phones less accessible than the rest of a child’s social media? Someone could argue that parents need to have more access to their child’s smart phone because it allows them to communicate with others on a larger scale than just one social media would allow.


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