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Pew Research Center
Data is from the September 2017 Pew Research Center report titled "News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2017." 4,971 US adults ages 18+ from Pew Research Center's American Trends Panel (ATP) were surveyed online during August 8-21, 2017. The margin of sampling error is +/-2.5 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. Respondents are recruited from landline and mobile random-digital-dial surveys and the survey is conducted online; those without internet access are provided a tablet with wireless internet connection.
Average Daily Time Spent with Social Media and Apps According to Younger vs. Older US Millennial Internet Users, 2018 (% of respondents in each group)
How Often Do US Smartphone Users Use Geotags on Social Media? (% of respondents, Oct 2018)
Have US Smartphone Users Accidentally Shared Their Location on a Social Media App? (% of respondents, Oct 2018)
How Comfortable Would US Internet Users Be with Companies Using Their Social Media Profiles to Verify Their Identity? (% of respondents, Feb 2019)
From Which Sources Have Internet Users in Canada Gotten News in the Past Month? (% of respondents, by age, May 2019)
Canada Time Spent with Media 2019: Time Spent with Digital Media Surpasses Traditional
US Time Spent with Social Media 2019: Users Decreased Time in 2018. Will the Trend Continue?
The Relationship Status of Publishers and the Duopoly: It's Complicated
How Voice Assistants Will Become More Significant for Seniors
Average Time Spent on Social Media Declines
Advertisers Now Pay More for Facebook Users' Attention