This just in: Oldsters use Pinterest and Instagram more than teens do

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Score one for the grownups! New data from the Pew Research Center shows that while teens dominate pretty much all the social networks in existence, adults still reign supreme on Instagram. And when it comes to Pinterest, adults bury the teenyboppers.

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Other notes of interest: In the Pew survey, the 18-to-29 demographic is the most social media-saturated age group, with 89 percent of respondents admitting to some kind of social web use.

And “teens don’t use Facebook” chatter be danged; Pew found that 94 percent of teens are using Facebook. Only 26 percent said they used Twitter.

Here are some other highlights from the study, which comes to us via NextAdvisor:

teens twitter infographic

via NextAdvisor

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