A declining share of U.S. adults are following the news closely, and audiences are shrinking for several older types of news media.
Social media is playing a crucial role in Americans' news consumption. Today, three-in-ten U.S. adults say they regularly get news on Facebook. Slightly fewer (26%) regularly get news on YouTube.
In just three years, the share of U.S. adults who say they regularly get news from TikTok has more than quadrupled, from 3% in 2020 to 14% in 2023.
BitChute is a video-sharing site and an alternative social media platform; here are key facts about the site and its users.
One-in-ten U.S. adults have heard of the alternative social media site Gettr, and only 1% say they regularly get news there.
About one-in-ten U.S. adults have heard of Gab, an alternative social media site, and 1% say that they get news there regularly.
Here are key facts about the alternative social media service Rumble, an online video-sharing platform founded in 2013.
While 27% of U.S. adults say they have heard of Telegram, only 2% use the alternative social media app for news.
Most think social media has made it easier to manipulate and divide people, but they also say it informs and raises awareness.
With Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential bid now officially underway, here are key facts about Truth Social and its users.