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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Cross-national aspects of cyberbullying victimization among 14–17-year-old adolescents across seven European countries

  Ν (%)
Total sample 12,372 (100)
Country
 Germany 2178 (17.6)
 Greece 1894 (15.3)
 Iceland 1790 (14.5)
 Netherlands 1176 (9.5)
 Poland 1849 (14.9)
 Romania 1612 (13.0)
 Spain 1873 (15.1)
Gender
 Females 6586 (53.2)
 Males 5786 (46.8)
Age (years)
 14–15.9 7627 (61.6)
 16–17.9 4745 (38.4)
Parental educational level
 Low/middle 3903 (37.2)
 High 6603 (62.8)
Parental family status
 Married/ living together 9662 (80.1)
 Divorced/ separated/ single-parent family 2399 (19.9)
Age at first starting to use the Internet: mean years (SD) 9.6 (2.5)
Daily use of SNS
 No use/<  2 h 7411 (63.6)
  ≥ 2 h 4250 (36.4)
Daily Internet use
 No use/<  2 h 5635 (49.0)
  ≥ 2 h 5874 (51.0)
Parents allow me to visit every site
 Never/ seldom 1186 (10.3)
 Sometimes 1351 (11.8)
 Often/ very often/ my parents do not know which websites I visit 8928 (77.9)
How often parents say to stay on Internet a certain time
 Never/ seldom 6652 (54.1)
 Sometimes 3031 (24.6)
 Often/ very often 2621 (21.3)
Internalizing Problems score, mean (SD) 10.9 (8.6)
Externalizing Problems score, mean (SD) 11.5 (8.5)