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76% of Americans think Facebook is making society worse: survey

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has issued an explanatory statement on the news of the opening of offices of Facebook, the world's largest social networking site in the country.

According to a survey conducted by American television CNN, more than three-quarters of young Americans think Facebook is making society worse.


76% of survey respondents think that the social networking site Facebook is harming society, 11% think it has positive effects and 13% say that it can make society better or worse.

According to Arab News, the public’s reaction to the social networking site comes at a time when Facebook has recently changed the name of its parent company to Meta, and by Frances Hughes, a former company official. The revelations have damaged Facebook’s reputation.

Even 70% of regular Facebook users believe that it is harming rather than improving American society.
In response to a question about what are the causes of the negative effects of Facebook or who is responsible for it, 45% or half of the voters said that the reason is the way Facebook is run. While 55% cited the reasons for the negative effects as “the way some people are using it.”


Of those users who use Facebook multiple times a month, 54% say that the social networking site advised them to view objectionable posts, while 65% of people under the age of 35 said they did. He also expressed the same idea.

Nearly half, or 49 percent, of Americans, say they know someone who believes in conspiracy theories because of the content posted on Facebook. Sixty-one percent of Americans under the age of 35 and 35 percent of Americans 65 or older have expressed similar views.


Former Facebook official Francis Hughes’s testimony before the US Senate has raised questions about the regulation of major technology companies and government interference.

According to 53% of respondents, the government should regulate Facebook further, 35% say there is no need to change the regulation, while 11% think regulation should be reduced.


66% of respondents say they do not trust big technology companies like Google and Amazon.

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