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Social Media Satisfaction Survey

Posted on: Monday, February 11, 2019

Half of U.S. adults think that the Internet does more to help than hurt democracy, but only 32% believe that social-media sites like Facebook and Twitter do so (38% say social media hurts democracy, and 30% say it has no impact). As one respondent said, "With the internet becoming more readily available in the world, more people are exposed to the vast quantities of information found online. Social media allows ideas to both proliferate and spread for better or for worse but that’s the essence of a free and democratic society. It’s as decent or as deplorable as we are." ..

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