comScore: Facebook Passed MySpace in the US for the First Time in May

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It’s been a long time coming, but Facebook has finally passed MySpace in terms of total US uniques, according to comScore. In May, comScore reported 70.28 million US uniques for Facebook (up 97% year over year), compared to 70.26 million for MySpace (down 5% year over year).

By contrast, Compete reported 82.9 million US uniques to in May, while Facebook itself reported 64 million monthly active users in the US during the month. The comScore numbers come out to 4% monthly US audience growth for Facebook in May, while the Compete numbers show 8%.



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