A recent survey shows that users are getting tired of the popular social network.

Ypulse recently undertook a survey of 1,000 teens and college students to understand how their social networking habits have changed over time. The results revealed some interesting stats suggesting that some young people are indeed affected by “Facebook Fatigue“-a phenomenon of  users spending less and less time on it.

The survey found that even though Facebook was still the most popular social network, more than 25 percent of the students reported spending less or no time at all anymore on the site. So, what was the reason for this Facebook Fatigue? Ypulse gives some insights from its survey:

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