In addition to asking about general usage of social networking sites in our current survey, we included a stand-alone question about Twitter and found that 18% of online adults are now Twitter users.This is roughly double the 8% of online adults who used Twitter in November 2010, the first time we asked about Twitter as a stand-alone platform.Last year, Facebook surged past My Space to become the most popular social network.Flixster also gained ground, overtaking Classmates, and Linked In rose in popularity as more people focused on their jobs.Today, social networking site use is a major activity for internet users from a wide range of demographic groups.Younger adults are especially avid adopters, but social networking continues to grow in popularity for older adults as well.You can search profiles, send messages, and view photos without logging in or signing up.
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