This file photo taken on February 24, 2016 shows the "Facebook" logo pictured on the sidelines of a press preview of the so-called "Facebook Innovation Hub" in Berlin on February 24, 2016. AFP / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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The research firm said it expected the first-ever decline in the 18-24 age group in the U.S., a drop of 5.8 percent this year.It also said that for the first time since its research began, less than half of the 12-17 age group in the United States would be on Facebook, with a 5.6 percent drop in that segment. Facebook will lose an estimated 2 million users under 25 this year, with Snapchat and Instagram the main beneficiaries. The report said Snapchat will add 1.9 million users under 25 in 2018 and Instagram will add 1.6 million.Facebook remains the most popular social network in the U.S. market with an estimated 169.5 million users this year, according to eMarketer.
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