More than 70 percent of American teenage boys have played the violent but popular "Grand Theft Auto" video games, and they are more likely to have been in a fight than those who have not played, according to a new Gallup company poll released on Tuesday.
I have a theory, the other 30% of teens don't get into fights because they don't actually talk to anyone else.
Here's a good quote, The survey found that 34 percent of boys who admitted to being in a physical fight over the last year have played "GTA," while 17 percent who were in a fight have not played the game. So what about the other 49%? These studies tend to throw around statistics like mad, and when I see a statement that is provably wrong, I wonder about all of the other conclusions that are made.