Most Facebook users in the US are at ease with the personal information they give out on the social network. Women are more okay with it than men, as are younger people compared to their elders.

69.5 percent of Facebook users in the US say they are comfortable with the personal information they give out on the social network. Out of the remaining respondents, 23.2 percent said they are not, and 7.3 percent have no opinion, according to a Poll Position national telephone survey.

On December 1, 2011, the social media company surveyed 1,174 registered voters in their recent poll, and 496 were willing to talk about their Facebook account. They were asked the following question: “Are you comfortable with the personal information you provide on Facebook?” The poll results are weighted to be a representative sampling of all American adults, and this particular question should be taken with a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. ZNet

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