Some 19% of internet users now say they use Twitter or another service to share updates about themselves, or to see updates about others.
This represents a significant increase over previous surveys in December 2008 and April 2009, when 11% of internet users said they use a status-update service.
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Of those, 25% use Twitter or another service, up from 14% of wireless users in December 2008.
By comparison, 8% of internet users who rely exclusively on tethered access use Twitter or another service, up from 6% in December 2008.
Three groups of internet users are mainly responsible for driving the growth of this activity: social network website users, those who connect to the internet via mobile devices, and younger internet users – those under age 44.
Social network users Internet users who already use social network sites such as My Space, Facebook or Linked In are likely to also use Twitter: 35%, compared to 6% of internet users who do not use such social network sites.
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