The Facebook Application Slowly Starts Abandoned

A survey conducted by Pew Research revealed that one in four people had removed Facebook applications from their cellphones. This survey was conducted on 4,594 respondents in the United States with the time of May 29 to June 11.

The results also explained that as many as 26% of respondents had deleted Facebook applications from their mobile phones and only 9% decided to download all personal information about them stored by Facebook.

Then 54% had adjusted the privacy settings on the Facebook application and 42% had taken a weekly vacuum from the platform

The survey also revealed that Facebook users aged 18 to 29 years with a rate of 44% more likely to choose to delete applications than those aged 65 years and over (12%).

One in three members of the old age group adjusted the privacy settings on the application and the adjustments were made by 64% of users in the younger group.

There is not much difference between the two age categories about 'resting' from the site. As many as 40% of young people and 47% of parents claim to be temporarily off the application.

Reporting from Phone Arena, Thursday (09/06/2018) the results of this survey could be as possible because users have been affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal sticking out in March.

As is known, about 87 million Facebook customers were leaked and used without permission from Russian-American researcher, Aleksandr Kogan. And lastly the information was sold to political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, which was allegedly used by Donald Trump's campaign.

Meanwhile, studies from Pew found that Facebook membership from the Republican Party and the Democratic Party were more or less the same. Both parties have the same percentage of questions about leaving the application or removing it from their cellphone.

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