A 62% of the interviewed are happy with their appearance against a 38% who aren't happy with their bodies. The 34% of the boys and the 30% of the girls are more worried about their face and the girls are a bit more worried about their body 70% than boys 66%. Around 87.5% of pupils have never felt discriminated, but the 12.5% have suffered it. 86% of boys and 81% of girls have not gone on a diet, the percentage of the girls who have gone on a diet is higher than the percentage of the boys. There are 23 pupils who have gone on a diet; the 40% are boys and the 60% girls. The teenagers that have gone to the doctor are 30% (17% girls and 13% boys) against 70% of teenagers who went on a diet were advised by a friend, by the media or by themselves. A 67% of the boys and a 28% of the who have gone on a diet are happy with the results.
67% of the boys and only the 45% of the girls are going to go on with the diet. Around a 44% of the interviewed pay attention to the opposite sex, a 49% to the personality and only a 7% to the slimness. Nearly a 33% of the interviewed want to resemble someone of their family and a 26% to an actor. The option less chosen among the girls is an intellectual (17%) and among the boys is a model(17%). A 68% of interviewed students think that the media's representation isn't a healthy image to follow but a 32% think otherwise. When the teenagers watching a program of models a 60% of them feel indifferent, a 29% feel good and a 11% feel frustrated. Near an 80% of the students think that media's representations of teenagers don't help young people to have a positive self-esteem against a 20% who say “yes”. A 14% of boys and girls think that happiness depends on the physical appearance, the 35% think that it is a bit important and a 50% think that it doesn't influence on be happy.