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Facebook usage among US teens plunges, study finds

According to Pew Research Center survey data, US teens have left Facebook in droves over the past seven years and have used the video-sharing sites YouTube and TikTok. I liked to spend Wednesday.

TikTok “emerges as the top US teen social media platform,” while Google-owned YouTube “stands out as the most popular platform used by teens,” reports report The author of writes

Pew's data shows that Facebook owner Meta is vying with TikTok for social media dominance, with the largest number as part of a multi-billion dollar ad-driven business. This is what I got while trying to keep users of

About 95% of his teens surveyed said they used YouTube, and 67% said they were her TikTok users, according to the report.

Only 32% of his teens surveyed said they logged on to Facebook. This is down significantly from 71% who reported being a user in a similar survey about seven years ago.

Facebook, once an online place, has come to be seen as a place for young and old people who are drawn to the social network, where they express themselves through photos and video snippets.

About 62% of teens said they use Instagram, which is owned by Facebook's parent company Meta, while 59% said they use his Snapchat, he said. researchers say.

"A quarter of teens who use Snapchat or TikTok say they use these apps almost all the time, and 5 of teen YouTubers say they use these apps almost all the time. 1 in 1 said the same thing," the report said.

In a little good news for Meta's business, Instagram, the company's photo and video sharing service, was more popular with his teens in the US than the 2014-2015 survey. .

Meanwhile, less than a quarter of the teens surveyed said she had used Twitter, the report said.

The investigation also confirmed suspicions of casual observers. Ninety-five percent of US teens say they own a smartphone, and nearly as many have a desktop or laptop computer.

And the percentage of teenagers who said they were almost always online has almost doubled to 46 percent, compared to the survey seven years ago, researchers said. points out.

The report, according to Pew, was carried out from mid-April to early May of this year, 1,316 of her 10 in the United States between the ages of 13 and 17. Based on a survey of teenagers.