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These charts show how many Americans are turning to TikTok for news

In the US, 10% of those ages 30 to 49 get their news consumption through TikTok, new research finds. Image: Unsplash/Solen Feyissa

Katerina Eva Matsa

An associate director of journalism research, Pew Research Center.

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A graph showing US adults in each age group who regularly get news from TikTok
The number of adults using TikTok for news has tripled in the past two years. Image: Pew Research Center.
Overall, TikTok users remain far less likely than users of Twitter or Facebook to get news on the site.
Overall, TikTok users remain far less likely than users of Twitter or Facebook to get news on the site. Image: Pew Research Center.
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