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On the other hand, the “fear of missing out” phenomenon resonates with only a small proportion of the Facebook population.
Just 5% of Facebook users strongly dislike the fact that Facebook allows them to see others taking part in social activities that they themselves were not included in—and 84% of users say that this aspect of Facebook life doesn’t bother them at all.
New Pew Research Center survey findings show how people are using Facebook and what they like and dislike about the site.
Some users dislike certain aspects of Facebook, but fear of missing out on social activities (or “FOMO”) isn’t one of them.
Among teens, the total number of users remains high, according to Pew Research Center surveys, and they are not abandoning the site.