The Voice – Imaginary Friends Declining Among Brit Kids, Study Reveals

As use of technology continues to grow, just 17% of children now have an imaginary friend - less than half that in 2001.

Imaginary friends declining among Brit kids, study reveals

A POLL of 2,000 parents in the UK found that just 17% of children have imaginary friends, revealing a rapid decline since 2001 when a study found almost half of British kids had an invented playmate. In a case of iPads replacing imaginations, these findings have sparked concern that the increasing use of technology is damaging kid's creativity.

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