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Table 1 Overview of the results of web-based survey

From: Quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of adolescents: the crucial role of technology

1860
Age (ys) 16.0 ± 1.9
Gender
 Female 1147 (61.7%)
 Male 713 (38.3%)
Attended school
 Lower secondary schools 224 (12%)
 Upper secondary schools 1636 (88%)
Feelings of fear, discouragement, anxiety
 Yes 1123 (60.4%)
 No 737 (39.6%)
The influence of self-isolation on the approach to everyday life
 Relevant impact 1305 (70.2%)
 Little impact 428 (23.0%)
 No impact 127 (6.8%)
Main lack due to quarantine
 Friends, schoolmates, partners 684 (36.8)
 Families 276 (14.8%)
 Outdoor sport 246 (13.2%)
 School 262 (14.1%)
 Freedom 250 (13.4%)
 Enjoying life 142 (7.7%)
Modification of sleep-weak rhythm
 Yes 1516 (81.5%)
 No 344 (18.5%)
New skills acquired
 Cooking 631 (33.9%)
 Reading books 238 (12.8%)
 Do it yourself activities 196 (10.6%)
 Learning to play an instrument 60 (3.2%)
 Learning a new language 59 (3.2%)
 Others (drawing, painting, etc) 14 (0.8%)
 None 660 (35.5%)
Variations in eating habits
 More balanced diet 477 (25.6%)
 Less balanced diet 499 (26.8%)
 No differences 884 (47.5%)
Time spent on physical activity at home
  < 1 h a week 355 (19.1%)
 1–3 h a week 559 (30.1%)
 4–6 h a week 324 (17.4%)
  > 6 h a week 333 (17.9%)
 Not practiced 289 (15.5%)
Time spent on technology (desktop computers, smartphones, tablets) for educational purposes
  < 3 h a day 295 (15.9%)
 4–6 h a day 640 (34.4%)
  > 6 h a day 925 (49.7%)
 Not used /
Time spent on technology (desktop computers, smartphones, tablets) for recreational activities
  < 3 h a day 573 (30.8%)
 4–6 h a day 765 (41.1%)
  > 6 h a day 513 (27.6%)
 Not used 9 (0.5%)
Owning a personal computer
 Yes 1640 (88.2%)
 No 220 (11.8%)
Owning a smartphone
 Yes 1791 (96.3%)
 No 69 (3.7%)
Social profile (Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok, Twitter, Ask.fm)
 Yes 1835 (98.7%)
 No 25 (1.3%)
Way to use smartphone
 Messages, chat or video-chat 860 (46.2%)
 Browse the web 314 (16.9%)
 Talk on the phone 76 (4.1%)
 Download/listen music 35 (1.9%)
 Download/watch video 40 (2.2%)
 All of the above 535 (28.7%)
Number of text messages and/or chat messages
 0–10 a day 29 (1.6%)
 11–30 a day 88 (4.7%)
 31–50 a day 206 (11.1%)
 51–100 a day 392 (21.1%)
  > 100 a day 1145 (61.6%)