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Child Myspace usage and safety survey template

7

questions

2 min

to complete

150+

ways to get answers with SurveyMonkey

If you know children using Myspace, it’s important to make sure they’re using the site safely. Our expert-certified Child Myspace Usage and Safety template is designed to help you get to know more about children’s Myspace habits. Ask children questions from how often they use Myspace, to whether or not they’re bullied online.

Our Myspace child safety survey covers a variety of popular social media sites that kids use. Learn if parents know their kids’ passwords, how much time kids spend posting about themselves and others, and if kids have their parents’ permission to use these sites. See if you can help parents improve how they monitor their kids’ social media behavior—and make them aware of any troubling online behavior. Customize the questions if there is more you’d like to learn.

To create a survey using the Child Myspace Usage and Safety survey template, just sign up or sign in to SurveyMonkey. You’ll be able to choose the template when you begin creating a survey.

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