73% of U.S. adult Twitter users include identifiable text in their profile, but 27% include no text apart from the display and username fields.
23% of U.S. adults say they use Twitter. The share of Americans who use the platform has remained consistent over the past several years.
Roughly half of American adults who use Twitter (49%) post fewer than five tweets per month; 59% of infrequent tweeters are ages 30 to 49.
64% of members of Congress mentioned Black History Month on Facebook or Twitter in February 2021, up from just 29% in 2015.
In 2020, the U.S. experienced a record number of gun murders, as well as a near-record number of gun suicides.
Here are six facts about where Americans find meaning in life and how those responses have shifted over the past four years.
Nearly 19,000 adults in publics ranging from the UK, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Germany, and the U.S., among others, share where they find meaning in their lives and what keeps them going.
A minority of Twitter users produce a majority of tweets from U.S. adults, and the most active tweeters are less likely to view the tone or civility of discussions as a major problem on the site.
Here are some key takeaways for how the public engaged with Team USA on Twitter during the Tokyo Olympics.
Republican lawmakers have produced three-quarters of recent congressional social media posts that mention places and people in Asia.