"If your kids are awake they're probably online"
1. The study was done by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
2. No other sponsor was listed in the article.
3. They would be interested in finding how much the use of the internet and media devices has changed in American kids in recent years.
4. Yes, the article states the study was based on a survey of more than 2,000 students in grades 3-12. It does not, however, state anything about the randomness of the sample or how they chose the sample.
5. Yes, they are communicated clearly in the article. They explain the numbers and what they are now compared to the past.
6. No graphs are used for this.