According to a report published by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, young adults, ages 18-29 (42%), are more likely than older adults, ages 50 or older (33%), to use social networking sites for political purposes. Despite this evident lag in political usage, older adults are one of the fastest-growing segments among social networking site users and, as evidenced by this study, are utilizing these sites to get involved politically in large numbers.
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