The Verge/YouTube The Verge is a news website, but it doesn’t always report on what is really happening in the world.
On Wednesday, we published a story about a new study that revealed that the majority of people use the internet to get news, but that it is far less common to share it with their friends.
The study, which was done by the University of Southern California’s Center for Social Media Research, found that the average user shared just 3.2% of content on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, compared to 17% of users sharing content on Reddit, 19% on Reddit’s front page, and 28% of those sharing content in a subreddit.
“The majority of Americans who use social media are not engaging in meaningful or meaningful interactions with other people,” the study found.
It is not clear if this is the first time we’ve seen such a trend, and it is also not clear whether or not the study is representative of the general population.
But it does provide some insight into the way the internet is being used by people in the US.
And it may be a useful way to understand how it has affected the news and culture in the country.
In the first half of the 20th century, the US population was a fairly evenly divided between men and women.
Today, however, the gender split has changed dramatically.
In 1910, men comprised almost 90% of the population.
Today they comprise only 45% of that group.
And that’s because there is a dramatic gender divide in the American media, according to The Atlantic.
“For a long time, men in the media were primarily responsible for reporting news, and were much more likely to be men than women,” wrote Slate’s Ezra Klein in a piece on the study.
“That’s changed dramatically over the past two decades, and is one reason the media landscape has been so dominated by male perspectives.”
While the vast majority of news sources are owned by men, the internet has created a large number of voices who can be heard.
A number of media outlets, including the New York Times, MSNBC, and CNN, are run by women.
And even those who are women are far more likely than their male counterparts to use the social media platforms.
In fact, according the Pew Research Center, about half of all Americans in 2020 were using Facebook, the most popular social media platform in the United States.
But there are many other voices on the internet, too, like many women journalists, activists, and comedians.