Teens Less Likely to Use Facebook Than 60-Year-Olds Data Shows

July 22, 2019
Facebook has a youth problem. The social media platform that launched Mark Zuckerberg's college dorm room has over 2 billions but the majority of active users haven't lived in a dorm in decades. According to recent numbers from eMarketer, the share of people ages 12-17 who use Facebook once a month has fallen from 60% in 2015 to 39% today. The figure for those aged 45-64 is 58%. Jame Tozer, journalist at The Economist, joined Cheddar to discuss.
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