More teens are ‘almost constantly’ online, and more are ditching Facebook

America’s teens are online more than ever, but they aren’t spending much of that time on Facebook, according to a new report released Thursday.

A Pew Research Center study on teens, social media and technology found that just 51% of teens aged 13-17 use Facebook FB, +2.19% , down 20 percentage points since the last such survey in 2015.

YouTube, from Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +2.09%GOOG, +1.61% Google, was the most popular platform by far, with 85% of teens saying they used it. Facebook’s Instagram was second, with 72%, and Snap Inc.’s SNAP, +3.83% Snapchat was third, with 69%.

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