Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR) are two of the most widely used social networks, but they’ve both been plagued with political influence, according to a new study.
The new study, published in the journal Science, analyzed the influence of Facebook and Twitter on political messaging in the United States from January 20, 2017, through January 20th, 2018.
The researchers found that, while both social networks are important for a number of reasons, they are not necessarily the primary sources of news and information that drive public opinion.
Social networks have a limited amount of influence, the researchers found, but their influence is likely to be larger than the amount of information that Facebook or Twitter could potentially disseminate.
Facebook and Google (GOOG) have much more influence on the public than Twitter and Facebook, and their influence has grown significantly over the past few years.
Twitter is the most heavily-used social network, but Facebook is also important, the study found.
Facebook, Google, and Twitter have all been criticized for using their social media platforms to manipulate public opinion and push political messages, and Facebook is facing a backlash over its decision to remove political content from the platform.
In addition to their influence on public opinion, social networks have been the subject of many studies.
In 2016, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, published a study that looked at political information on Facebook and found that political views on Facebook were more prevalent than other social networks.
The researchers found more than 7.5 million unique Facebook pages, more than 1.7 million Twitter accounts, and 1.1 million Instagram accounts.
The authors of the 2016 study were able to use Facebook’s platform to find more than 2 million Twitter users, but those accounts are not publicly visible.
A similar study conducted by a team of researchers at New York University found that about 3.5 percent of U.S. adults reported a Facebook page or Twitter account, and about 11.3 percent of Twitter accounts had more than 200 followers.
The study found that the more information about a social network a user has, the more likely they are to follow or be influenced by that social network.
The authors also found that Facebook has a large influence on how people perceive news.
While social media users are more likely to use their platforms to spread political news and political messages than other users, Facebook’s influence on news content is far greater than Twitter’s.
According to the researchers, the fact that Facebook is a social media platform that facilitates information sharing, while Twitter has a similar structure, suggests that the influence from Facebook on news has been relatively limited.
“Our research shows that the majority of social media influence comes from Facebook and its platforms, which we believe are the primary users of social networks,” the authors wrote.
“Facebook and Twitter are very influential for the majority, but for most of us they’re a very small percentage of the world’s population.”