Study finds racial differences in social-network usage

02/14/2013 | Advertising Age (tiered subscription model)

A Pew Research Center study has observed differences in how Americans of different races use social networks. More than a quarter of black Web users are on Twitter, compared with less than a fifth of Hispanic and 14% of white Web users. Black and Hispanic Americans are also more likely to use Instagram than white Americans, while Pinterest is more popular with white users than with black or Hispanic Americans.

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