More than 90% of UK consumers have a Facebook account, according to a new survey.
Read moreRead moreThe survey, conducted by consumer analytics firm Consumer Focus, shows Facebook is still the dominant social media platform, with 92% of respondents having a Facebook page, followed by Twitter with 8%, Google+ (6%), LinkedIn with 3%, and Instagram with 2%.
There were also a few notable changes this year.
While there was a slight increase in the proportion of respondents using mobile devices (up 0.2%) compared with last year, there was also a decrease in the number of respondents saying they had been using a tablet or smartphone.
Facebook has been hit by a number of issues in recent months.
Its users have been forced to re-register, as its privacy settings have been updated.
The company is also facing legal action from US privacy watchdog US District Court Judge James Boasberg.
Earlier this month, Facebook agreed to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits filed by the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice over its ad blocking policies.