Common Sense Media

Study – 75% of parents believe violence in video games contribute to violence in the US

Common Sense Media has released the results of a study conducted in the US, which found that 75% of parents surveyed believe violence in video games contributes to violence in the United States.

7 years ago

Common Sense Media headlines

  • Study - 81% of kids aged five to eight have gamed

    According to research funded by Common Sense Media, gaming is becoming increasingly mainstream among young children.

    8 years ago
  • 72% in favour of violent games ban to minors in US

    According to a recent study from Common Sense Media in the US, over 72 percent are in favour of a ban of selling violent games to minors. Shock, there.

    9 years ago
  • Common Sense Media lists games to avoid buying for your kids

    Common Sense Media has released its annual list of 10 games parents should avoid purchasing, wrapping, and setting under the tree this year. Titled “10 Cool Games That Are Uncool for Kids”, the list offers “safe alternatives” for each title that is currently popular and not safe for children. Here it is: Assassin’s Creed (Mirror’s […]

    10 years ago