A New Study Found That Teens Use YouTube the Most, Snapchat the Most Often

Facebook? Not so much

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Facebook use continues to plummet among teens aged 13 through 17, according to Teens, Social Media & Technology 2018, a new study from Pew Research Center released Thursday.

Pew surveyed 743 U.S. teens from March 7 through April 10, and it found that 85 percent of them use YouTube, followed by Instagram (72 percent), Snapchat (69 percent), Facebook (51 percent), Twitter (32 percent), Tumblr (9 percent), Reddit (7 percent) and “none of the above” (3 percent).

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