Majority Backs NSA Phone Tracking
56% of Americans say the NSA’s monitoring of the phone records of millions of Americans is an acceptable anti-terror tactic. Americans have supported government efforts to investigate terrorist threats, even at the expense of personal privacy, since 2006.
Shop online? Many teens do it, but more prefer the store
American teens have long been the country’s most-wired age group. But contrary to the stereotype of hyper-connected teens, they say some things are better done in person.
Muslims and the Internet
Around the world, Muslims who use the internet are much more likely than other Muslims to have a favorable opinion of Western movies, music and television.
Internet adoption becomes nearly universal among some groups, but others lag behind
Most Americans ages 18 and older use the internet at least occasionally.
Infographic: Teens: Median Number of Facebook Friends
Among teen Facebook users, the median number of friends they have on their profiles is around 300.
Infographic: What Teens Share on Social Media
Among the things teens choose to share on social media, their real name and photos of themselves rank the highest. What else do they share?
Infographic: Sharing, Connections, and Privacy in the World of Teen Social Media
Explore what teens choose to share and keep private and with whom in this infographic.
Interactive: How Teens Share Information on Social Media
Answer the question in this interactive to begin building the interactive profile, and explore what teens share about themselves on social networking sites and what they post and prune on their profiles.
Interactive: Teens on Facebook: What They Share with Friends
The typical (median) teen Facebook user has 300 friends. The larger a teen’s network, the more likely they are to have a wider variety of friends and share more personal information.
How Teens Share on Social Media
Teens are sharing more personal information on their profiles than in the past. They choose private settings for Facebook, but share with large networks of friends. Most teen social media users say they aren’t very concerned about third-party access to their data.