In the months of May and June, the Pew Research Center surveyed over 4,500 American adults, and found that the majority have taken action to reduce their Facebook usage.
With 54% having adjusted their privacy settings, 42% have taken a break from checking Facebook for several weeks or more, and 26% have deleted the app from their phone all together. Some 74% of Facebook users say they have taken at least one of these three actions at some point in the last year.
Part of the reason less and less people are using the social media site may have something to do with the revelation that British data company, Cambridge Analytica, had exfiltrated personal data from Facebook which it used to manipulate both British and American voters.
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