Most American adults don't get their news from social media, and those who do don't really trust what they're getting.
That's according to new data from Pew Research published Thursday that analyzed the news consumption habits of American adults. The study found that only 38 percent of U.S. adults get news online, and just 18 percent of American adults get news from social media.
Pew also found that the vast majority of people don't trust what they read on social media. Just 4 percent of internet-using U.S. adults trust social media information "a lot" and 30 percent trust it "some." Meanwhile, 32 percent trust it "not at all" and 33 percent trust it "not too much."
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