Pew Research Center
Facebook, Twitter Users Less Likely To Offer Opinions On Major Issues; Social Media May Encourage Self-Censorship
People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising new survey by the Pew Research Center.
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The referrals typically came from links posted by friends on Facebook’s social-networking site or from the ubiquitous “like” buttons.
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