The study only polled 100 people, so it's hard to say how much can be taken from it, but it did have some interesting findings. It turns out that 37% of people think it is worse to ignore a call than to take that call and ignore friends that you are with in person. Almost all forms of phone use are widely disapproved of when in a classroom, although in a work setting the feelings were mixed on certain actions like taking personal calls. And unsurprisingly, in situations where you should be alert - in a car or while crossing the street - most people disapproved of texting.
Of course, there was also a split in opinions on various actions based on the age of the respondents. For example, 50% of millennials think it is fine to text during a meal, but only 15% of those over 30 years old believe it is acceptable.
What do you all think? Any surprises in the study?