A little more than one in 10 teens say they use Twitter every day, a new report shows.
According to the report, only 11% of youths ages 12 through 17 say they use Twitter daily. By contrast, the report shows 51% of teens visit some sort of social network other than Twitter each day.
Of the teens who have a Twitter account, 72% of them say they never use it, according to the report.
In a summary of the report, Business Week suggested that teens' lack of interest in Twitter may be attributable to their general lack of interest in news, a Twitter staple.
The report, called the "The Secret Lives of Teenagers Online," was assembled by Business Insider working with Nielsen, Ericsson, McAfee and Common Sense Media.