ABC News is using a survey to answer that question, and the answers could change in the coming months.ABC News asked a representative sample of 1,200 adults in a national poll whether they have ever used Facebook or any other social media site.
The survey was conducted by online technology company Ipsos, and was conducted between July 11 and Aug. 31.
ABC News also asked a sample of 476 adults in an online survey by Harris Interactive, a market research firm.
Ipsos and Harris are both based in California.
The Ipsos survey was the first to use a probability-based question that included a question about whether or not they use Facebook.ABC’s survey was taken using a two-way data collection method.
ABC News interviewed 1,000 adults in the U.S. who were not required to answer the question about Facebook.
The questions asked the respondents if they had ever used the site, had ever liked, or shared a photo with another person.
The respondents were then asked whether they would use Facebook for news content distribution or if they use other social networking platforms like Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr.
The results are based on a sample that was drawn from Ipsos’ online sample, and have been weighted according to gender, age, education level, and race.
The results were based on 1,914 respondents from Ipso’s online panel.
The full ABC News poll was conducted in July and Aug., with a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
The full ABC poll has a margin, or sampling error, of plus- or minus 4 percentage points at the 95% confidence level.