My assessment is that HALF of the respondents are teenagers - the so-called TXT Generation who have a language all of their own. There are several in their 20s, 30, and progressively fewer as the ages rise. I am 75 and I only answer questions that I am qualified to give advice on. Some of the ideas that teenagers offer as advice is so wrong it is scary. So: your average age is in the high teens, low 20s - but intelligent answers come more from those with rather more real-life experience. They have learned their truths the hard way in the University of Hard Knocks!!!
well it has to depend on what you ask.. if you ask a computer question, a 15yr old geek (who knows all about computers)might answer instead of a 30yr old chief. so the age here doesn't really matter.(in my opinion)