While 27% of U.S. adults say they have heard of Telegram, only 2% use the alternative social media app for news.
A majority of U.S. parents are keeping a watchful eye on what their teens do on social media; some are also imposing screen time restrictions.
74% of Republicans say social media has been more of a bad thing for U.S. democracy, compared with a smaller majority of Democrats (57%).
Most think social media has made it easier to manipulate and divide people, but they also say it informs and raises awareness.
People in advanced and emerging economies have mixed feelings about social media’s impact on political life.
Social media is an important tool for consumers, with some Americans – particularly younger adults – turning to influencer recommendations.
With Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential bid now officially underway, here are key facts about Truth Social and its users.
Majorities of teens credit social media with strengthening their friendships and providing support while also noting the emotionally charged side of these platforms.
As the 2022 campaign draws to a close, here’s how federal, state and local candidates have used Twitter
One-in-five federal, state and local candidate tweets in 2022 have mentioned race, abortion, education or the economy.
While 38% of U.S. adults say they have heard of Parler, just 1% of Americans regularly get news there.