Facebook remains the most popular social network in Lithuania, used by 68 percent of all internet users in the country. Forty-six percent say they use it every day, a survey reveals.
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More than 77 percent of respondents say they use YouTube. However, Lithuanians visit the site less often and it is usually used not for communication purposes. Thirty percent of users check YouTube on a daily basis.

Google+ with 27 percent of internet users follows lags behind Facebook and YouTube. Only eight percent of internet users in Lithuania check in it on a daily basis.

Lithuanian social networks One.lt and Draugas.lt also are included in top five social networks; however, the number of their users keeps declining steadily each year. One.lt has 21 percent and Draugas.lt has 15 percent of all Lithuanian internet users. Only about 1 percent of users check in on these platforms every day.

Among other platforms used in Lithuania is Twitter with 7 percent of users, LinkedIn with 6 percent. Other social networks, including Instagram, Pinterest, Spotify and Tumblr, have shares of 3 to 6 percent of all internet users in Lithuania.

The survey was conducted by TNS LT in February-April 2014 among 1,898 Lithuanian residents aged 15-74.

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