"People go to Facebook to share personal moments - and they discover the news almost incidentally," Amy Mitchell, director of journalism research at Pew, said in a statement.
Interestingly, only 4% of Facebook users surveyed during the study say that the Facebook news stream is where they obtain their news. These findings reinforce a previous study conducted by Pew that found 34% of people between 18 and 24 consumers through social media compared with 10% of adults between 50 and 64. The study also confirmed that adults between 18 and 29 account for a third Facebook news consumers. The study was conducted August 21 through September 2 and looked at 5173 adults in the US.
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