Most American parents think they are great role models for their kids, but they admit they're glued to their smart phones, tablets and TVs for more than nine hours a day, a new survey finds.
And most of that time — seven hours or more — is on top of whatever time they're using devices for work, the survey by Common Sense media found.
The group, which focuses on kids' use of media, surveyed more than 1,700 parents for its report.
They found parents of kids aged eight to 18 admit to spending nine hours, 22 minutes a day with screen media. Most — seven hours, 43 minutes — is with entertainment media.