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Nearly all Americans acknowledge that social networks have at least some control over the mix of news that people see, and most of them are not happy with this development, according to a recent survey by Pew Research Center.
Pew surveyed 5,107 U.S. adults between July 8 and 21, and it found that 88% recognized that social media companies have at least some control over the mix of news that people see, and 62% believe they have too much control, with 55% saying the role social networks play in delivering news results in a worse mix of news.