I suppose it all depends on what the Pew researchers consider “another service,” but it’s still an impressive percentage
Eleven percent of Internet-connected US adults updated their status online using Twitter or another social network in December, nearly twice as many as in May, a survey released on Thursday said.
The survey by the Washington-based Pew Internet and American Life Project also found that the median age of a user of micro-blogging service Twitter is 31 years old as opposed to 27 for MySpace, 26 for Facebook and 40 for LinkedIn.
Pew said that 11 percent of the 2,253 Web-connected adults surveyed in December said they use Twitter or another service to share updates about themselves, up from nine percent in November and six percent in May.
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