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How much do you know about youth?
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As part of the BBC's Generation Next season, try these 10 questions and find out whether what you think you know about young people in the 21st century is really true.

If you're surprised by what you find, why not e-mail the quiz to your friends - young and old alike - and see how they do?

Question 1
What percentage of the world's population is aged under 14?
A: 15.4%
B: 27.4%
C: 43.4%
Question 2
Which of these terms has not been used to describe those born between 1988 and 1999?
A: Generation 2.0
B: iGeneration
C: MyPod Generation
Question 3
Worldwide, how many women aged 15-19 give birth each year?
A: 11 million
B: 13 million
C: 15 million
Question 4
Young people aged 15-24 make up a quarter of the world's working population but how much of the world's unemployed do they make up?
A: A third
B: A half
C: Three quarters
Question 5
Who is ranked the Number One ideal employer for young Americans?
A: The Federal Bureau of Investigation
B: Google
C: Walt Disney
Question 6
Which is the world's youngest country, with 50% of the population aged under 14?
A: Uganda
B: Indonesia
C: Venezuela
Question 7
And which - with just 13.8% aged under 14 - is the world's oldest?
A: Luxembourg
B: Italy
C: Canada
Question 8
In the UK, how much television do people aged 15-24 watch compared with average viewers?
A: Two hours more per day
B: 30 minutes more per day
C: One hour less per day
Question 9
Which region has been campaigning for independence through the formation of youth parliaments throughout the world?
A: Tibet
B: Kosovo
C: Kashmir
Question 10
Which country has the lowest age at which people are allowed to vote?
A: Bangladesh
B: Sweden
C: Iran

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