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News about rampant misinformation, dubious data practices and censorship accusations haven’t done much to turn Americans off social media over the past few years, according to a Pew Research report published today.
The survey found that the share of U.S. adults on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Pinterest has remained more or less unchanged since 2016. Around 69% of U.S. adults say they still use Facebook, 28% visit Pinterest and 22% are Twitter users. Only Facebook-owned Instagram saw slight gains in that time period, growing from 32% to 37%.