Wednesday October 28, 2020

Irish adults with social media profiles rise to 91 per cent

The percentage of Irish adults using at least one social media profile has increased to 91 per cent this year, up from 85 per cent one year ago.

15th June, 2013
Facebook: leading the field.

The percentage of Irish adults using at least one social media profile has increased to 91 per cent this year, up from 85 per cent one year ago, according to the latest research by Carat Ireland.

As far as individual networks go, Facebook continues to lead the field; eight in ten respondents claimed to have a profile on it.

Twitter followed in second place, with four in ten adults using it, split evenly across genders and highest...

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