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High school students from Chautauqua Lake Central School play a game during a suicide prevention program to become peer leaders in Mayville, New York in October 2013. The program, Sources of Strength (SOS), is designed to create a team of peer leaders and to identify trusted adult advisors in order to reduce suicides. (Melanie Stetson Freeman/Staff)

Every two years the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducts a nationally representative Youth Risk Behavior Survey of ninth- to 12th-graders. The questions in the quiz are based on the most recent data available, from 2011.

- Staff writer, Staff

1. What percentage of high-schoolers text or e-mail while driving, in a given month?

34.9 percent of boys said they texted at least once in the past 30 days, while 30.4 percent of girls did.

34.9 percent of boys said they texted at least once in the past 30 days, while 30.4 percent of girls did.

34.9 percent of boys said they texted at least once in the past 30 days, while 30.4 percent of girls did.

34.9 percent of boys said they texted at least once in the past 30 days, while 30.4 percent of girls did.

33 percent

 

10 percent

 

78 percent

 

53 percent

 
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